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After 9 years apart, John Reginald Christie and his estranged wife Ethel reunite and move into 10 Rillington Place. As war breaks out, the fractures in their relationship reappear beneath the thin veneer of married respectability.

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Craig Viveiros
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Episode complete credited cast:
Tim Roth ... Reg Christie
Nico Mirallegro ... Tim Evans
John-Paul Hurley ... Pierrepoint (as John Paul Hurley)
Jodie Comer ... Beryl Evans
Christopher Hatherall ... Harry
Samantha Morton ... Ethel Christie
Helen McAlpine Helen McAlpine ... Streetwalker
Sophie Wise Sophie Wise ... Brenda
Leanne Rowe ... Sandra
Steven Elder ... Hodges
Cara Kelly Cara Kelly ... Mrs. Carlin
Tim Bentinck ... Dr. Odess (as Timothy Bentinck)
Chris Reilly ... Arthur
Sarah Quintrell ... Muriel
Sonya Cassidy ... Janice
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Storyline

In 1941 Reg and Ethel Christie move into a dilapidated house in Notting Hill, 10, Rillington Place. Ethel is puzzled that Christie, a special constable, spends so many nights away from home but believes he is above being bribed for special perks. However she is irate to find him in pubs with other women but forgives him and refuses to leave him despite his domestic violence towards her. She still has her suspicions about his nocturnal activities, particularly when a female acquaintance goes missing. Seven years later the Christies welcome a young couple, Beryl and Timothy Evans as their lodgers at Rillington Place. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 November 2016 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Just as the Evanses arrive, Tim says the word 'privacy' in a sentence in US English (prie-vacy) instead of UK English (priv-vacy) This could happen these days due to US influence via TV and films but not back then just after the Second World War. Probably done deliberately by the director to appease US viewers who may not 'get' 'priv-vacy' See more »

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