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Too Close

  • 2021
  • Season 1
  • 3 episodes
  • Drama

Summary

Psychological crime drama. Forensic psychiatrist Dr Emma Robinson is assigned to assess Connie, a woman accused of a heinous crime, but who claims she can't remember a thing.

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Episode 3: Too Close

Summary

Emma learns the truth behind Connie's actions and confronts her own demons, but will it be enough to convince a jury Connie is no longer a danger to society? Conclusion of the three-part drama, starring Emily Watson and Denise Gough. Last in the series.

Review

Psychiatrist Emma and patient Connie (Emily Watson and Denise Gough) each confronts their past in the final episode of Clara Salaman’s thriller.

It’s becoming increasingly clear that there are parallels between the two women’s lives as they have both, in their different ways, struggled to cope with tragedy.

Emma knows it’s vital to find out what exactly happened to Connie on the bridge that rainy and terrible night and visits her GP to try to get some insight into Connie’s state of mind. 

Soon events crowd in upon Emma as she decides she can’t continue to be Connie’s psychiatrist. Connie, though, has other ideas.

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Cast

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Emma RobertsonEmily Watson
Connie MortensenDenise Gough
Ness JonesThalissa Teixeira
James de CadenetKarl Johnson
Karl MortensenJamie Sives
Si RobertsonRisteárd Cooper
Dougie ThompsonAriyon Bakare
Julia de CadenetEileen Davies
Addy Smith 'The Squeak'Chizzy Akudolu
Dr Anita Rhys EvansNina Wadia
AnnieIsabelle Mullally
PollyThea Barrett
JoshHenry Helm
Kenneth BainesAdrian Hood
Abigail RobertsonMadeleine Demetriou
NavIslah Abdur-Rahman
Leah WorthingtonJackie Clune
ProsecutionNathalie Armin

Crew

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DirectorSue Tully
Executive producerRuth Kenley-Letts
Executive producerKate Crowe
Executive producerJenny Van Der Lande
Executive producerClara Salaman
Executive producerEmily Watson
Executive producerNeil Blair
ProducerLetitia Knight
WriterClara Salaman

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  • Episode 3

    Too Close

    Summary

    Emma learns the truth behind Connie's actions and confronts her own demons, but will it be enough to convince a jury Connie is no longer a danger to society? Conclusion of the three-part drama, starring Emily Watson and Denise Gough. Last in the series.

    Review

    Psychiatrist Emma and patient Connie (Emily Watson and Denise Gough) each confronts their past in the final episode of Clara Salaman’s thriller.

    It’s becoming increasingly clear that there are parallels between the two women’s lives as they have both, in their different ways, struggled to cope with tragedy.

    Emma knows it’s vital to find out what exactly happened to Connie on the bridge that rainy and terrible night and visits her GP to try to get some insight into Connie’s state of mind. 

    Soon events crowd in upon Emma as she decides she can’t continue to be Connie’s psychiatrist. Connie, though, has other ideas.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Emma RobertsonEmily Watson
    Connie MortensenDenise Gough
    Ness JonesThalissa Teixeira
    James de CadenetKarl Johnson
    Karl MortensenJamie Sives
    Si RobertsonRisteárd Cooper
    Dougie ThompsonAriyon Bakare
    Julia de CadenetEileen Davies
    Addy Smith 'The Squeak'Chizzy Akudolu
    Dr Anita Rhys EvansNina Wadia
    AnnieIsabelle Mullally
    PollyThea Barrett
    JoshHenry Helm
    Kenneth BainesAdrian Hood
    Abigail RobertsonMadeleine Demetriou
    NavIslah Abdur-Rahman
    Leah WorthingtonJackie Clune
    ProsecutionNathalie Armin

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorSue Tully
    Executive producerRuth Kenley-Letts
    Executive producerKate Crowe
    Executive producerJenny Van Der Lande
    Executive producerClara Salaman
    Executive producerEmily Watson
    Executive producerNeil Blair
    ProducerLetitia Knight
    WriterClara Salaman

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