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One of Us (TV series)

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Genre  Drama
Starring  See Cast
Composer(s)  Dominik Scherrer
Final episode date  13 September 2016
Network  BBC One
Director  William McGregor
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Directed by  William McGregor
Theme music composer  Dominik Scherrer
First episode date  23 August 2016
Number of episodes  4
Written by  Jack Williams
One of Us | Netflix Official Site
Created by  Harry and Jack Williams
Similar  The Secret Agent, The A Word, Close to the Enemy, Ordinary Lies, The Living and the Dead

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One of Us is a British drama television miniseries created and written by Harry and Jack Williams. The story starts with childhood sweethearts Adam Elliot and Grace Douglas who have returned home from their honeymoon and are found brutally murdered. Their families and neighbours in the remote Scottish Highland village of Braeston are devastated, but things take an even darker turn when a badly injured man arrives at their doorstep after his car comes off the road – a man who seems to be the killer.

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Cast

  • Juliet Stevenson as Louise Elliot
  • Joanna Vanderham as Claire Elliot
  • Laura Fraser as Juliet
  • Joe Dempsie as Rob Elliot
  • John Lynch as Bill Douglas
  • Georgina Campbell as Anna
  • Julie Graham as Moira Douglas
  • Cristian Ortega as Jamie Douglas
  • Louie O'Raw as (5-year-old) Adam Elliot
  • Maisie O'Raw as (5-year-old) Grace Douglas
  • Jeremy Neumark Jones as (adult) Adam Elliot
  • Kate Bracken as (adult) Grace Douglas
  • Steve Evets as Andrew
  • Gary Lewis as Alastair
  • Adrian Edmondson as Peter Elliot
  • Kate Dickie as Sal
  • Kae Alexander as Yuki
  • Reception

    Critical reception of the first episode was positive, with Joni Blyth of the The Evening Standard describing it as "Tarantino-meets-Shakespeare ... A mash-up of Romeo and Juliet and The Hateful Eight, with the plight of young lovers bringing conflict between two families, who are trapped together with a killer during a storm. Whether it ends in Tarantino-like carnage remains to be seen". Ben Dowell of the Radio Times praised the opening episode as "a clever, chilling and original thriller" and "a strong opener to what promises to be a gripping four-part series". Dowell goes on to praise the acting as "first rate, even if a lot of the acting requires rather a lot of frenetic emoting as this horror story unfolds". The show also received praise for its tone and style with Phill Fisk of The Guardian calling it "a grim, gloomy thriller with a latent moral edge".

    References

    One of Us (TV series) Wikipedia


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