Hit & Miss DVD


A lethal killer at the heart of a troubled family in the middle of nowhere. From the creator of Shameless and State of Play comes Hit & Miss, starring Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Chloë Sevigny (Boys Don't Cry, Big Love) as a contract killer with a big secret: she's a transgender woman. Train. Kill. Receive payment. Repeat. This has been the routine for Mia (Sevigny) ever since she was taken under the wing of Eddie (Peter Wight), a long-standing resident of the criminal underworld, and transformed into a sharp-shooting assassin. But Mia's life is turned... upside down when she receives a letter from her ex, Wendy, who reveals that Mia has a son, 11-year-old Ryan, and that Mia is now his legal guardian. Hit & Miss follows Mia's attempts to mix her killer instincts with her new maternal ones whilst in a search for her own identity. This set contains all 6 episodes. Exclusive Special Features Interviews with: Chloe Sevigny, Paul Abbott, Sean Conway, Juliet Charlesworth (producer) Q&A at The Mayfair Hotel with Chloe Sevigny, Paul Abbott, Sean Conway, Nicola Shindler. Hosted by Mariella Frostrup [show more]

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24 July 2017
266 minutes 
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All six episodes of the television drama starring Chloë Sevigny as a pre-op transexual contract killer who suddenly finds herself caring for a family. Mia (Sevigny) is on the waiting list to become a fully fledged woman when she receives a call from her ex, who tells her that she is dying of terminal cancer and would like Mia to look after their eleven-year-old son. Mia duly travels to meet her ex-partner's family, which includes a number of other children, and gradually finds herself drawn into a parental role. As she settles into country life, Mia develops a close relationship with landscape gardener Ben (Jonas Armstrong), who doesn't realise that she is a transexual, and makes enemies with a local farmer, John (Vincent Regan), but how long will it be before her past as a killer returns to haunt her?

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