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Cuffs was the last big crime drama to use Brighton as a setting. Which isn’t a great omen for
, because Cuffs shuffled (or was pushed) off the pier after one series. Judging by the way this final episode wraps up, the team behind The Level is hoping to do better.
Doors are left open, plotlines trailed forward and characters we might reasonably have expected to end the tale in handcuffs continue to threaten the peace of the South Coast. But don’t worry, we do learn who shot local haulier Frank Le Saux (Philip Glenister) and our ill-starred cop heroine Nancy (Karla Crome), in a conclusion that may furrow a few brows.
Nancy's personal and professional lives collide when she sees a connection between her mother and the missing truck, as the full extent of Frank's monstrous crimes becomes clear, and she is forced to operate outside the law to prove her case against Nash. Hayley is let down by her ex-husband, leading Quinn to offer some much-needed comfort that provides food for thought, while Cherie doesn't seem to want to face the truth when Hayley asks her some probing questions.
Cast & Crew
Sean `Gunner' Martin
Cherie Le Saux
Tate Le Saux
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