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Molly Windsor: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows
Three Girls (BBC) | DVD | (08/01/2018)
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Three Girls is a three-part BBC drama about the endemic sexual exploitation of young white working class girls in Rochdale, which resulted in the conviction of nine British Asian men in 2012. This case ushered in the beginning of a nationwide reckoning with the problem of child grooming- identifying thousands of victims of sexual abuse in towns and cities throughout the UK a reckoning that continues to this day. The drama tells the true story of three girls, Holly, and sisters Amber and Ruby, and their families. All three girls were the victims not only of gangs of men, but also of the organs of the state that were meant to protect them. The police, social services, and the justice system were all complicit by default or by design in allowing young women to be abused in Rochdale for over a decade. ROCHDALE unearths the complex, interlocking and surprising reasons why.
Cheat | Blu Ray | (19/11/2018)
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The gripping new ITV drama, starring BAFTA winning Molly Windsor & Katherine Kelly, from the producers of The Missing. At the heart of the drama is the dangerous relationship between university professor Leah (Katherine Kelly), and her student Rose (Molly Windsor), when, what begins as a seemingly open and shut case of academic deception, quickly spirals out of control, ending in fatal consequences, and triggering a devastating sequence of events that threaten to engulf them both. With two fiercely intelligent minds unwilling to back down, Cheat will keep audiences guessing from the start, exploring just how far were prepared to stand up for what we believe, and at what cost. Includes subtitles for the Hard Of Hearing
Unloved | DVD | (10/05/2010)
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The Unloved taps into the harsh realities that thousands of children face each and every day. Lucy (Molly Windsor) is 11 years-old when she is placed into care in Nottinghamshire's Crop Row children's home after suffering regular physical abuse at the hands of her violent father (Robert Carlisle). In the home she is forced to share a room with 16 year-old Lauren (Lauren Socha) who after initial hostilities takes Lucy under her wing. What unfolds is an incredibly grounded view of the British care system through the innocent bewildered eyes of a child.