Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play Yorkshire 1978 A mother father and their three year old son are brutally stabbed to death while they sleep There is no motive They were a model family The nation is outraged by the senseless killings Incredibly the British public are overwhelmingly in favour of bringing back the death penalty to see justice carried out Even more incredibly the killer who is caught red-handed trying to drag the father&39;s body out of the house manages to hide the three year old&39;s body in a place where the investigators the police and even their dog teams would never find it For months all the nation can talk about is the "Kid Killer" but and this is the most incredible fact of all not because he cold-bloodedly stabbed to death a three year old his mother and his father but because these innocent victims were also his family The "Kid Killer" was their twelve year old son William Malvern thirty years later Ryan is thirty three He dreams of being a journalist with a national voice He has done all his life However he&39;s still working for the same small newspaper he started at thirteen years ago He&39;s an underachiever who quietly blames everyone else for his own failure His mother ran out on him when he was just a child and the only person who has ever been proud of him is his father who&39;s funeral he&39;s just attended So why is William finally released from a life of prisons social workers and psychologists and living under a new identity giving Ryan the chance to be the one who tells his story to the world? A story that is ingrained in the public&39;s memory A story that has become synonymous with unmitigated evil A story that will dominate every facet of the media for months especially if Ryan can uncover where William buried his three year old brother&39;s body Right from the outset Ryan&39;s running out of time William psychologically damaged beyond repair is now only interested in one thing killing himself and Ryan holds the key Five pills being developed by his wife&39;s pharmaceutical company would to do it Easily painlessly So can Ryan convince Karen that she should take the risk to get them? It could take them out of the spiralling hole of debt they&39;re in and change their dead-end life but Karen knows that Ryan could actually do this himself if he just had the ambition Maybe her risk will spark some ambition Maybe Karen didn&39;t see their lifeless marriage turning out this way Maybe it&39;s time for a change William will give Ryan five meetings to get the story he wants Five meetings tinged with mental and physical torture Each meeting costs Ryan a pill and without the location of the three year old&39;s body he has nothing and doesn&39;t William know it It&39;s a game of Russian Roulette for Ryan where every pill could spell the end of William the end of the story The secret lost forever Ryan also has a secret One that would change his life forever if only he knew it were there and now the only one who can tell him is his dead father Actors Christopher Hatherall Andy Nicol Adam Boyle Steve Oak Kev Wilson Jonathan Kettleborough Siobhan Bermingham Jessica Bayly Lucas Tate Craig Rogers Simone Macdonald Catherine Phillips Samuel Payne-Cheney Mike Tate & Hannah Tate Director Simon Tate Certificate 15 years and over Year 2011 Screen Widescreen 1661 Languages English - Dolby Digital (20) Stereo Duration 1 hour and 34 minutes (approx)
Psychological drama which delves into the mind of a killer. In 1978, 12-year-old William (Samuel Payne-Cheney) murdered his parents and his three-year-old brother, whose body was never found. Decades later, William (Aj Nicol) is released from prison and desperate to end his life. Meanwhile, struggling journalist Ryan (Christopher Hatherall) is willing to do anything to get a story that will secure his future. William may be able to provide him with that story, but at a price: after each of their meetings, Ryan has to supply William with a pill. A dosage of five pills will be strong enough to kill him. This gives Ryan a limited time in which to find out where William buried his little brother, a secret which William is reluctant to reveal...
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