Luther (2010– )
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Episode #2.3 

Luther leaves Jenny in his flat to investigate an incident at a service station where a man with a baseball bat killed one motorist, maimed another and destroyed their cars. From CCTV ... See full summary »

Director:

Sam Miller

Writers:

Neil Cross (creator), Neil Cross
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Steven Robertson ... Robert Millberry / Nicholas Millberry
Golda Rosheuvel ... Sally Thomas
Babou Ceesay ... Adewale Omotoso
James Puddephatt James Puddephatt ... Steve Kimble
Hamza Jeetooa ... Depak Chandrapal
Aimee-Ffion Edwards ... Jenny Jones
Idris Elba ... DCI John Luther
Warren Brown ... DS Justin Ripley
Nikki Amuka-Bird ... DS Erin Gray
David Dawson ... Toby Kent
Alan Williams ... Frank Hodge
Michael Smiley ... Benny Silver
Dermot Crowley ... DSU Martin Schenk
Kierston Wareing ... Caroline Jones
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Storyline

Luther leaves Jenny in his flat to investigate an incident at a service station where a man with a baseball bat killed one motorist, maimed another and destroyed their cars. From CCTV footage it appears that he was rolling dice to select victims. The same man later enters an office disguised as a motorcycle courier and kills five more people before Luther arrests him, though in custody he refuses to speak. As Luther returns home to find that Jenny has killed Toby Kent after his attempted rape of her, the dice man's exact double prepares another outrage. Written by don @ minifie-1

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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 October 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

When Luther returns home to his flat at the end of the episode, we see him go to the 21st floor. This could be homage to Sherlock Holmes who lives in 221B Baker Street. See more »

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Quotes

Benny Silver: [discussing a killer's possible MO] Bedlam Axis has been around since 1960s. It's used a lot like an RPG - role-playing games. So, the arrow going upwards indicates predictability, law and order. The arrow going across indicates unpredictability, chaos.
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Soundtracks

Paradise Circus
(Title Theme)
Written by Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall, Hope Sandoval, Dan Brown and Stew Jackson
Performed by Massive Attack
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Maybe Too Much
12 September 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

The creators of this show have such a propensity for violence that they create the utter scum of the earth to be the villains. The killings of innocent people randomly by a taciturn fiend with D & D dice is at the center of all this. But at episode's end we are in for a real surprise. Luther is also protecting the girl and is under the thumb of those porn kings. He is doing things that are so destructive. Anyway, it is almost too hard to watch. We also have a fly in the ointment that is revealed in this episode.


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