Loch Ness.

Standardized Title:
Loch Ness (Television mini-series : 2016)
Other Title:
Also known as: Loch
[Place of production not identified] : ITV Studios Limited/Global Entertainment, 2016. , ©2016.
[Place of distribution not identified] : RLJ Entertainment, 2017.
2 DVD-videos (approximately 275 min.) : sound, color ; 12 cm
Serial murderers -- Scotland -- Drama.
Murder -- Investigation -- Scotland -- Drama.
Secrecy -- Scotland -- Drama.
Detective and mystery plays.
Television programs, British.
Detective and mystery television programs.
Television series.
Television mini-series.
Ness, Loch (Scotland) -- Drama.
Television series.
Detective and mystery television programs.
Thrillers (Television programs)
Television crime shows.
Television cop shows.
Fiction television programs.
System Details:
DVD; Widescreen (16:9) presentation; NTSC, region 1; Stereo; Dolby Digital, SDH subtitles.
digital optical stereo Dolby Digital
video file DVD video region 1
On the beautiful, haunting shores of Scotland's iconic Loch Ness, amid a community sustained by myth and bordered by untamed nature, the search for the truth becomes a matter of life and death in this gripping murder mystery. Here the monster doesn't lurk in the depths - it walks amongst men, a serial killer who must be stopped. When a body is found at the foot of Carn Mohr Mountain, local detective Annie Redford is thrown into her first murder case. But as grief, terror and suspicion envelops the town and the repercussions of the investigation expose the fault-lines in Annie's closest relationships, this tightly- plotted drama becomes about more than catching a killer; it's about the survival of a family and community.
Laura Fraser (DS Annie Redford), Siobhan Finneran (DCI Lauren Quigley), William Ash (Leighton Thomas), Jack Bannon (Kieran Whitehead), Don Gilét (Blake Albrighton), John Heffernan (Dr. Simon Marr), Simone Lahbib (Mhari Toner), Alastair Mackenzie (Craig Petrie), Shona McHugh (Evie Redford), Gray O'Brien (Alan Redford), John Sessions (DCI Frank Smilie), Fraser James (Oliver Tench).
Written by Stephen Brady, produced by Alan J (Willy) Wands, directed by Brian Kelly & Cilla Ware.
Cataloged from container.
"A village drowned in secrets"--Container.
Contains all 6 episodes.
Bonus: Cast interviews, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and a photo gallery.
Local notes:
Athenaeum copy: Miller Fund bookplate.
Brady, Stephen, screenwriter.
Wands, Alan J., television producer.
Kelly, Brian, television director.
Ware, Cilla, television director.
Finneran, Siobhan, 1967- actor.
Greenall, Oliver, actor.
Heffernan, John (Actor), actor.
ITV Studios, production company.
RLJ Entertainment, television distributor.
Acorn Media (Firm), publisher.
RLJ Entertainment, distributor.
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