Life of Crime: Episode 3 is now online!


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Episode three:

It’s 2013 and DCI Denise Woods has turned her life around and is now interviewing for the Superintendent of Lambeth position. Things are on the up until ex‐husband Ray Deans and his new wife invite Denise to a ‘family’ dinner with news about Denise’s nineteen year old daughter, Charlotte. Charlotte’s pregnant. Wrong‐footed, Denise reacts badly and inadvertently creates even more of a rift between her and her daughter. Continue reading


Life of Crime: Episode 2 is now online!


You can watch the episode online here, or here (if you are not from the UK-)


Episode two:

It’s 1997 and Denise Woods is now a successful Detective Inspector at Brixton. In an era of ‘cool Britannia’ and ‘Blair’s babes’ she’s ideally placed to climb the ranks, but is struggling to find time for husband Ray Deans (Richard Coyle) and their young daughter. A functioning rather than loving relationship, we get the impression that Denise is spending most of her time at work and that Ray and Denise’s mother, Rose, are handling most of the childcare and keeping the family home together.

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Life of Crime: Episode 1 is now online!

Life of Crime: Episode 1

The year is 1985 and Denise who is in her early twenties, begins a new life as an WPC for the Met Police, fighting sexism along the way. She is assigned to work with plain clothes Detective Sergeant Ray Deans and, while they attempt to apprehend a suspect, she suffers a knock to the head that sees her in hospital. Whilst there she meets Amy Reid, a fifteen year old girl who’s recently come from a club in Brixton called Subotica. Amy has been violently dragged out of the club by her father but made a run for it. After Amy is later found murdered, Denise is determined to see the culprit brought to justice.

You can find the episode on ITV.com .. or torrents (if you are not from the UK) :3




Richard Coyle on “Life of Crime”

New Interview, taken from here


What was the attraction of ‘Life of Crime’?

‘I wanted to do it with [director] Jim Loach, having really enjoyed “Oranges and Sunshine”. And I like things that have time to breathe. I liked the idea of following characters through three time periods: the ripple effect of someone’s actions on the people around them over time.

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