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Murder In Mind S2xE01 Passion (2002) [DVDRip (XVID)].avi
Murder In Mind S2xE02 Disposal (2002) [DVDRip (XVID)].avi
Murder In Mind S2xE03 Rage (2002) [DVDRip (XVID)].avi
Murder In Mind S2xE04 Swansong (2002) [DVDRip (XVID)].avi
Murder In Mind S2xE05 Flashback (2002) [DVDRip (XVID)].avi
Murder In Mind S2xE06 Victim (2002) [DVDRip (XVID)].avi
Murder In Mind S2xE07 Memories (2002) [DVDRip (XVID)].avi
Murder In Mind S2xE08 Regrets (2002) [DVDRip (XVID)].avi
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Murder in Mind Series 2
An anthology series of self contained plays with a murderous theme, the twist being that the action is followed from the point of view of the killer. What does it take to drive apparently ordinary human beings to murder? In a BBC season of groundbreaking original movies, Murder in Mind takes viewers on a journey into the psyches of a disparate collection of killers. Exploring the psychology behind the darkest and yet most compelling crime of murder, each episode explores the ultimate crime through the eyes of the murderer and asks, not whodunit? but whydunit?
IMDB rating 7.4
8 episodes, information copied from original uploads
Series 2 Episode 1: Passion
First aired: 5/1/2002
A lonely call-center supervisor, who has become obsessed with her married boss, decides to have an affair with one of her co-workers. She decides to eliminate all the competition by murdering the co-worker and framing the wife for the crime.
Writer: Simon Sharkey
Director: Gerry Poulson
Jonathan Jones (Court Clerk), Rachael Jospeph (Meg), Mark Womack (Stephen Croft), Pauline Quirke (Jane Saunders), Jeremy Nicholas (Mr. Green), Lucy Davis (Kerry), Rebecca Egan (Lisa), Angela Ridgeon (Michelle Croft), Perry Blanks (Security Guard).
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A married man discovers that his wife is having an affair with his brother-in-law. He is unwilling to dirupt the comfortable domestic situation, so he plans to commit the perfect murder---kill his brother-in-law and make it look like a random street mugging.
Writer : J. C. Wilsher
Director: Frank W. Smith
Syreeta Kumar (DS Sita Wickes), Ciaran Murtagh (Mugger), Estelle Williams (Executive), Anthony Mark Burrows (PC Morgan), Blair Plant (DI Curry), Helen Pearson (Sophie Cunningham), Steven Pacey (Alex Cunningham), Geraldine Somerville (Angela Coates), Rob Brydon (Barry Coates), Kate Crutchley (Ma), Kenneth Hadley (Pa), Alan Graves (Matthew Cunningham), Eric Graves (Simon Cunningham)
Series 2 Episode 3: Rage
First aired: 2/3/2002
Edward Buttimore is a single man in his 40s living with his mother Rose. One day, in a moment of rage, Edwards kills a man on an isolated country road. He attends the funeral for the victim and preteds to be an old friend of his. Soon he befriends his wife, the widow Samantha Johnstone, who leans on him for support, when she discovers that her late husband was leading a double life.
Writer: Anthony Horowitz
Director: David Innes Edwards
Ross Boatman (Detective Sergeant Pryce), Maggie O'Neill (Samantha Johnstone), Neil Dudgeon (Edward Buttimore), Jack Cooper (Charlie Johnstone), Timothy Gleed (Michael Johnstone), Polly Nayler (Gail Stephens), Barbara Bolton (Jean), Philip Bird (Frank), Naoko Mori (Naomi), Guy Scantlebury (Gareth Johnstone), Annette Crosbie (Rose Buttimore), Raffaello Degruttola (Standring), Selva Rasalingam (Pravin), Stewart Bevan (Mourner #1)
Series 2 Episode 4: Swansong
First aired: 20/3/2002
Tara Stevens, a young night-club singer is feeling pressured by her rich husband Derek, so she plans to have him murdered. After having an affair with Mark White, an ex-con who now works as a security guard in her husbands office, she talks him into killing her husband. Detective superintendent Mike Garret takes over the investigation, and it turns out that Tara also had an affair with the detective, and both of them plotted to set Mark White up for murdering Tara's husband.
Writer: Anthony Horowitz
Director: Frank W. Smith
Michael Greco (Mark White), Zac Benoir (Doctor), Kim Evans (Vicki), Arthur White (Harry), William Ely (Euan Davies), Colin McFarlane (Ray Market), Jemma Churchill
(Jane Shepherd), Danny Webb (Derek Stevens), Samantha Robson (Tara Stevens), Jesse Birdsall (Mike Garrett).
Series 2 Episode 5: Flashback
First aired: 23/3/2002
A successful barrister plots to murder his mistress when she wants him to give her
money, so she would keep their affair a secret. After killing her, he frames one of his
clients by planting forensic evidence at the murder scene, and then he "defends" the
person in court.
Writer: Anthony Horowitz, Stephen Leather
Director: Ferdinand Fairfax
Christopher Adamson (Detective Stetford), Andrew Beck (Policeman #2), Terry Burns
(Duncan), Harry Eden (David Jackson), Paul Maddaford (Policeman #1), Olivier Pierre (Judge Penrose), Sakuntala Ramanee (Dr. Alia Hussein), Laura Rees (Rebecca Harvey), James Charles Smith (Dr. Filbin), Patsy Kensit (Angela Stephenson), Nigel Havers (Nicholas Chadwick), Lisa Stevenson (Louise Jackson), Susan Gilmore (Helen Chadwick), Art Malik (Paul Asher), Jamie Foreman (Stuart Jackson), David Hemmings (Judge James Hendon).
Series 2 Episode 6: Victim
First aired: 6/4/2002
Emily Stapleford and Lucy Slater, two longtime friends, move in with a reclusive writer
Colin Edwards. Recently, there's been several cases of young women murdered in the area. When the 6th victim is discovered, Emily and Lucy become suspicions of their landlord, the reclusive writer. Lucy keeps a scrapbook on the murders.
Writer: James Wood
Director: Jeremy Wood
Sarah Edwardson (Murder Victim), Paul Murthwaite (Mikey Marsden), Julian Protheroe (TV News Anchor), Marc Small (1st Police Officer), Alice Selwyn (2nd Police Officer), Lachele Carl (Dr. Ringfield), Neil Stuke (Colin Edwards), Camilla Power (Emily Stapleford), Frances Grey (Lucy Slater).
Series 2 Episode 7: Memories
First aired: 20/4/2002
A happily married father of three kids appears to have the world at his feet. But he's tormented by a nightmare of a nine-year old boy running through dense woodland, pursued by a faceless individual. The nightmare always ends with the boy falling over and meeting his death. Desperate for answers, Stuart seeks psychiatric help. But nothing prepares him for what he'll discover.
Writer: Stephen Leather
Director: Nick Jones
Scott Little (Young Richard), Ryan Prygodzicz (Young Timothy), Kay Bridgeman (Hospital Secretary), Ewan Cameron (Jake Wilsher), Heather Louise Cameron (Sarah Wilshire), Mickey Churchill (Young Stuart), Bella Enahoro (Dr. Anna Redford), Jackie Fielding (Female Detective), Bernard Gallagher (Jimmy Greenham), Nicholas Hoult (Andrew Wilsher), Adrian Irvine (Anaesthetist), Mark Leadbetter (Male Detective), Neil Pearson (Stuart Wilshere), Rebecca Lacey (Jenny Wisher), Rob Spendlove (Richard Croft), Anne Stallybrass (Mary Wisher), Amelia Lowdell (Young Mary Wisher).
Series 2 Episode 8: Regrets
First aired: 28/5/2002
When Ken Grendle's company is plunged into financial crisis, he makes a desperate plea to help the bank. But, with mounting bills and an overdraft limit in excess of £40,000, the bank gives the entrepreneur just one week to sort out his finances. With nobody by him, apart from faithful PA Christine on his side, Ken decides to embark on a desperate crusade to save his dying farm supplies business.
Writer: Simon Sharkey
Director: Gerry Poulson
Dennis Waterman (Ken Grendle), Samantha Beckinsale (Christine), Kim Taylforth (Audrey Grendle), Phil Cornwell (Jim Broutaby), Matthew Marsh (Balfour), Caroline Lee-Johnson (Ms Rosser), Raymond Waring (Perry), Tony Hogarth (Dawe Bowring).
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