Prisoners' Wives DVD

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Prisoner’s Wives tells the stories of four women; Gemma, Francesca, Harriet & Lou whose lives become entwined as they all struggle to cope on the ‘outside’ whilst their men do time ‘inside’. It is a show about a group of women defined by the absence of men in their lives, but more importantly their relationships with each other. From the innocent mother-to-be who was unaware that her husband was a murderer, to the sophisticated and complicit career-criminal's wife; these women couldn't be more different, yet the situation they share brings them together.

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Released
12 March 2012
Directors
 
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
2entertain 
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Runtime
354 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5051561036187 
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Gemma Francesca Harriet and Lou are all very different women with one thing in common their loved ones are all doing time in jail Some of them such as young pregnant Gemma (Emma Rigby) struggle to cope with adjusting to life on their own Whilst others like career criminal&39;s wife Francesca (Polly Walker) seem to take take it in their stride PRISONER&39;S WIVES tells their stories over six episodes

All six episodes from the BBC crime drama following the lives of four women whose loved ones are serving prison sentences. Young mother-to-be, Gemma (Emma Rigby); stylish wife of a career criminal, Francesca (Polly Walker); principled, middle-aged Harriet (Pippa Haywood) and Lou (Natalie Gavin), whose boyfriend is in jail for a crime she committed, begin to form strong friendships as they attempt to cope and ultimately find their lives ruled by their circumstances.