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"Terrific psychological thriller" --The Sunday Times (U.K.)
"A tour de force for Kitchen" --The Sunday Times (U.K.)
"Brilliant drama" --The Mail on Sunday (U.K.)
"Compelling" --Daily Mail (U.K.)
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London attorney Steven Vey (Michael Kitchen, Foyle’s War) has a brilliant career, a beautiful wife, and money to burn. To top it off, he’s about to be named Britain’s youngest-ever judge. But one night, a celebration with his pretty secretary, Nicky (Caroline Catz, Doc Martin), goes too far. He calls it a drunken indiscretion; she calls it rape.
Meanwhile, Birmingham punk Eddy Doyle (Sean Gallagher, Coronation Street) is fresh out of prison with no prospects. After learning that the stuffy vicar who raised him isn’t his real dad, Eddie goes in search of his father. When they meet, Doyle is lured into a conspiracy with horrific results.
Lives intertwine and tension builds to a "nail-biting finale" (The Sunday Times, U.K.) in this provocative psychological thriller from the makers of Chancer. Everyone is guilty of something--and justice isn’t always served.
Contains violence and brief nudity
Excellent movie and of course the star is Christopher Kitchen. A dynamic movie and you just can't guess what will come next. Read morePublished 27 days ago by NanAnn
The Guilty is an engrossing drama and worth watching, but I agree with those who found the plot contrivances ridiculous and distracting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Calvo
The Guilty is a two-part TV movie that offers up an amazing amount of twists and turns and double-backs to its clever, dense script, creating complex characterizations fitted into... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Desertman84
Never bought it from Amazon - too expensive. I streamed it on ACORN and bought it on sale because it.is worth having. Read morePublished 7 months ago by G U
If it weren't for the plot pushing the credibility envelope, I would absolutely give this an Emmy or an Oscar! Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. Erin Dugan
Foyle's War will not define Kitchen. This is a great example of his range as an actor. He is a great British import.Published 12 months ago by Vanissa Thurman