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Interrogation - First Episode

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2005

Most of the action in this award-winning police drama happens in an interview room. Detectives Angela Darley (Luanne Gordon) and Terry Skinner (Scott Wills) are trying to prise information out of an uncooperative offender (Andrew Robertt). Darley is in a race against time to save a life, but as the tragic story emerges unity within the investigation team splinters. Cinematographer Simon Raby's 'guerilla style' camera techniques enhance the growing tension. This first episode was written by ex cop Scott McJorrow. The series won awards for editing, writing, and for one of the guest actors, Claire Chitham.

You might wanna go easy on Dean — he just dived into a lagoon full of poo to save the offender.
– Constable Awhina James (Miriam McDowell) keeps Detective Sergeant Angela Darley (Luanne Gordon) in the loop

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Produced by South Pacific Pictures in association with Grundy Television

Made with funding from NZ On Air


Music produced by Lucid 3