Crime drama based on the novel by Mark Billingham, starring David Morrissey. DI Tom Thorne investigates when three women are discovered to have been murdered after the killer had tried to make it appear as though they had suffered strokes, but when a fourth victim is found, the detective realises it is the criminal's intention to leave the women 'locked-in', unable to communicate or move.
Aidan Gillen (born Aidan Murphy on 24 April 1968) is an Irish stage and screen actor, best known in the ...
Particularly in the first one the Hendricks character – who he is and how people might be wary of him or suspicious of him – is integral to the plot. Apart from that, what's interesting for me is the relationship between him and Thorne and the fact that they can talk to each other – maybe the only person each of them can speak to is the other. They understand each other and have this strong, tight friendship. They look out for each other, but it's a friendship which is also quite tricky.
In the second story it's very important that they come to a watershed moment. I haven't read the books, but I know physically I'm quite different to my character – I can't get that into my head though, comparing myself to the books and picking out the things that seem right or wrong
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