Guilt (2019– )
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In a residential street in Edinburgh, brothers Max and Jake run down an old man while Jake is driving them back from a wedding - stoned and uninsured. They carry on with their lives, hoping... See full summary »

Director:

Robert McKillop

Writer:

Neil Forsyth
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Mark Bonnar ... Max McCall
Jamie Sives ... Jake McCall
Joe Donnelly Joe Donnelly ... Walter
Sian Brooke ... Claire McCall (as Siân Brooke)
Ellie Haddington Ellie Haddington ... Sheila Gemmell
Gordon Brown Gordon Brown ... Maurice
Ruth Bradley ... Angie Curtis
Natali McCleary Natali McCleary ... Spin Instructor
Moyo Akandé ... Tina Hicks
Michael Nardone ... Henry McKinnon
Emun Elliott ... Kenny Burns
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In a residential street in Edinburgh, brothers Max and Jake run down an old man while Jake is driving them back from a wedding - stoned and uninsured. They carry on with their lives, hoping Walter's death will be passed off as natural causes, but the brothers end up being pulled further into Walter's world.

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Comedy | Crime | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 October 2019 (UK) See more »

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Jake McCall: [Responding to Angie's invitation to dance] Oh no, no, no, no.
Angie Curtis: You're a bad dancer?
Jake McCall: No, no... I'm just, you know, Scottish.
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Poor Walter.
25 November 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Guilt starts off on some style, it's a comedy drama thriller, it dares to be different. The opening is very different, very much black comedy. I've seen a few mention Tutti Frutti, I'm seeing parallels more so with the likes of Stag, that kind of black dramedy.

Jamie Sives and Mark Bonnar are terrific in this. I always thought highly of Bonnar, until Summer of Rockets earlier in this year, where I discovered he's actually amazing. He shows here he can do comedy with ease, I loved his sarcasm.

I was into it after the first few minutes, great fun. 8/10


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