Prime Suspect 6

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The sixth season of the BBC's police drama finds Detective Superintendent Jane Tennison (Academy Award nominee Helen Mirren) snooping around within the secretive walls of the British government while investigating her latest murder case. Finding the expert homicide detective in her 30th year on the job, Prime Suspect 6 is presented on this DVD in full-screen with Dolby Digital Stereo sound. As a bonus, an interview with Helen Mirren and writer Peter Berry is included.
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The sixth season of the BBC's police drama finds Detective Superintendent Jane Tennison (Academy Award nominee Helen Mirren) snooping around within the secretive walls of the British government while investigating her latest murder case. Finding the expert homicide detective in her 30th year on the job, Prime Suspect 6 is presented on this DVD in full-screen with Dolby Digital Stereo sound. As a bonus, an interview with Helen Mirren and writer Peter Berry is included.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Exclusive cast interview with Helen Mirren and writer Peter Berry
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All Movie Guide - Brian J. Dillard
After a long hiatus, the BBC's Prime Suspect returns with intriguingly up-to-the-minute subject matter and a fresh subtext: aging. As Helen Mirren's Jane Tennison nears retirement age and spars with younger detectives as well as her superiors, she must trace a pair of murders whose elusive trail leads her back to the Balkan civil war of a decade earlier. The long break after Prime Suspect 5 clearly served Mirren, and the franchise, well. The star turns in some of her most nuanced work on the series to date, while director Tom Hooper locates genuine creepiness in both hospital corridors and the Balkan countryside. Writer Peter Berry tones down the series' long-running propensity for slightly shrill identity politics, teasing out subtler social subtext that's completely embedded in plot and character. By broadening the scope of modern, multicultural Britain to include Bosnian refugees, Prime Suspect 6 widens the series' scope and provides some much-needed novelty. A close cousin of Stephen Frears' Dirty Pretty Things, the series explores the grey market of culturally invisible immigrant workers while also touching on the Islamic anxieties of the 21st century. A strong argument for the wisdom of British TV's willingness to let a series restore its creative juices, Prime Suspect 6 suggests that Mirren and company could provide infrequent but excellent entertainment for years to come.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/18/2004
  • UPC: 026359227622
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Hbo Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 3:20:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Helen Mirren Det. Supt. Jane Tennison
Oleg Menshikov Milan Lukic
Ben Miles
Robert Pugh
Technical Credits
Tom Hooper Director
Peter Berry Screenwriter
David Boulter Producer
Rebecca Eaton Executive Producer
Andy Harries Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- The Last Witness, Pt. 1
1. A Woman's Remains
2. Safer Underground
3. Duscan Zigic
4. Only Unity Saves
5. She Saw the Devil
6. New Pair of Eyes
Side #2 -- The Last Witness, Pt. 2
1. Shrouding the Past [6:45]
2. Capturing the Serb [5:37]
3. Massacre in Bosnia [5:23]
4. A Mountain of Skeletons [1:34]
5. The Funeral Circle [5:53]
6. Act of Contrition [6:18]
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Menu

Side #1 -- The Last Witness, Pt. 1
   Play Episode
   Chapters
   HBO Video Logo
Side #2 -- The Last Witness, Pt. 2
   Play Episode
   Chapters
   Cast & Crew Interview
   HBO Video Logo
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Compelling, edge-of-your-seat drama

    If you are a Prime Suspect fan, this episode is a must-see. I had unfortunately missed seeing it when it first came out, and then last year, after PBS ran the 7th and final chapter, they re-ran episode 6, much to my delight. I immediately went out, splurged, and purchased the dvd set. In the months I've had it, I've lost count of how many times I've watched this episode. Next to the very first Prime Suspect, where the Jane Tennison character is introduced, to me it is the most compelling, dramatic, and heart-wrenching story of the entire series. As in the very first episode, the villain in this one is an extremely handsome and charming individual. But scratch the surface and a horrible monster of unbelievable proportions emerges. Meanwhile, Helen Mirren as Jane Tennison is at her best while under tremendous pressure to resign as she has "run the good race" and all the good ol' boys believe it's time for her to have a much deserved rest. However, she will have none of it. She is NOT ready to be put "out to grass" as she says, just yet. She's determined to root out a monstrous killer who is hiding among the citizenry as a normal family man only trying to help the government, so he says. Naturally Tennison has to dodge the big guns and flagrantly disobey direct orders to accomplish unearthing what she knows to be the truth when the rest of the establishment simply want to turn their backs. This episode has a wonderful array of characters. Tennison has a team with a traitor in it, and she must use great and careful skill in diffusing all the male egos who slam up against each other day after day. The story also deals with the issue of foreign immigrants to which we can all relate. Fortunately, Jane Tennison is a character who treats each situation with maturity, tact, compassion, and wisdom--even when she has to lie through her teeth! The conclusion is very satisfying: the viewer feels that all the tension was worth the ride. One other thing: it has a wonderful musical score which complements the story, action, and atmosphere perfectly. This also adds to the pleasure of the view. I highly recommend Episode 6.

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