A Confession

A Confession

  • Director: Paul Andrew Williams
  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Release date: September 2, 2019
  • Runtime: 45 minutes
  • Sound mix: Stereo
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9 HD
  • Also known as: Сповідь
  • A Confession is a TV series directed by Paul Andrew Williams , written by Jeff Pope and starring Martin Freeman , Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette Stauton , Siobhan Finneran , Daniel Bates, Anna Wilson-Jones and others   .

    Details

    • Release date September 2, 2019
    • Filming locations Wiltshire, England, UK
    • Production companies ITV Studios, Urban Myth Films

    Movie reviews

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    • By Leif 2022-09-26 10:21:09

      It is not because the law will govern, not because the right will be used.

      More and more I have this feeling that most of the law is absurd. Too unreliable. The law embodies class consciousness, and in the process of justice or law enforcement, class consciousness is always greater than civil rights.

      There are people who only care about themselves and are unwilling to share the burden with the families of other victims. The shit sticker who thinks he can rely on the law to protect his rights,

      The government...

    • By Kacey 2022-09-25 23:58:08

      The people I love look like...

      It's the third episode, hey~ I found out that the people I like all look alike! The more you look, the more similar you are, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, do you think they look alike?

      (The word count will be added below) I'm not face blind, but I really feel like it! I'm not face-blind, but I really feel like it! I'm not face-blind, but I really feel like it! I'm not face-blind, but I really feel like it! I'm not face-blind, but I really feel like it! I'm not face-blind, but I really...

    • By Cleora 2022-09-22 09:19:44

      Buy it if you love him~

      Title: this is a true story, not an adaptation. It tells the story of a police officer's right and wrong between maintaining justice and procedural justice, and is deeply touched. Justice requires a lot of cases and debates to discuss the scale of procedural justice, and as ordinary people, when we or our loved ones encounter similar misfortunes, how can we not sincerely hope that there will be a police officer like Steve Furcher who insists on doing the right. thing, serial killers are...

    • By Edwardo 2022-09-22 02:54:30

      Episode 2

      As time goes on, the chances of the missing person surviving become less and less likely. This episode has a little more urgency than the last.

      Through monitoring and psychological warfare, the police have locked the suspect, taxi driver Christopher Halliwell.

      The suspect was arrested on March 24, 2011.

      In order to find the missing person quickly, Sergeant Steve Fulcher chose to question the suspect in Uffington, Oxfordshire. The episode stops here, and the audience...

    • By Alysa 2022-09-21 18:56:17

      Episode 3 Do the right thing

      Seriously, if it wasn't for the field raid, the two girls might never have been found. Take Christopher back to the police station and ask for a lawyer, then C can hide behind No comment forever, not answering all questions.

      Fulcher is really a good detective, intuitive and daring to act. It turns out that he had previously searched for Sian on a large scale and sent people to follow C, these strategies were all correct. His attitude towards C was moderate, neither intimidating...

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    • By Sheridan 2022-09-21 23:48:27

      I can't help myself with this kind of documentary subject matter, how to measure justice, overcorrection of the rights of the criminal party, and whether it is a secondary injury to the victim, then whether there is a real balance point, and if it does not exist, then in the end On that side, justice cannot be served on all...

    • By Monique 2022-09-21 19:09:01

      Just seeing me perform a detective is enough for me to cry. And he is a detective who is so upright, who believes that truth and justice should be above rigid rules and unreasonable regulations, and who has a warm and humane brilliance. A detective who is willing to use his career, reputation and even his whole life to fight against the forces of evil. Legal clauses and case books are cold, but the victims in the case were once living beings. People really should reflect on the rights of people...

    • By Randy 2022-09-21 14:21:56

      Better than truth...

    • By Rhoda 2022-09-21 12:44:58

      Saw a huge poster at Charing Cross tube...

    • By Margarita 2022-09-21 11:35:42

      In the third episode, the suspect took the initiative to confess to the second body and immediately changed his confession. In this episode, there are two sad mothers. After hearing the bad news, one silence breaks down for a moment, and Umbridge's acting skills explode. The fifth episode, I understand, the plot outline should be like this. The suspect denied the confession after confessing the second crime to the police, which had a serious impact on the life and career of the victim's family...