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Series 3 - Episode 6
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Many TV dramas move along predictable lines. We can generally sense the prevailing winds blowing within a plotline or a given scene. But not in
, which winds up its third series with some thumping surprises. I can’t describe them without spoiling them, but you have to admire writer Steven Knight’s ability to deliver scenes that are both as meaty as a rugby prop forward and as liable to knock you sideways.
We’ve seen that already with the shooting of Grace. Tonight Tommy has other personal agonies that prey on him, even as he prepares to pull off the complicated business over armoured cars, trains, Russian aristocrats at Hampton Court, the latter’s priceless jewels and a tunnel under the Thames to steal them.
At the centre of the episode is another gloriously mad scene featuring – who else? – Jewish gangster/jester Alfie Solomons (Tom Hardy). But it’s not him the Shelbys have to fear most: it’s that demon of a priest.
The third run of Steven Knight's period drama reaches its final episode, and yet again Cillian Murphy as Thomas Shelby finds himself in a seemingly impossible situation. Has his criminal life finally caught up with the Birmingham-based mobster? Tommy prepares to commit the most audacious crime of his career, only to receive an unexpected blow that puts him under unbearable pressure. In a nerve-shredding race against time, Tommy is forced to confront hard truths about himself and his family that could change the Peaky Blinders for ever. As he faces his worst fears he needs help more than ever - but is increasingly uncertain about who he can trust. Last in the series.
Cast & Crew
Princess Tatiana Petrovna
Father John Hughes
Kate Bowes Renna
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