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Charles Dance and Emilia Fox head the cast of FALLEN ANGEL, an epic new drama trilogy on ITV1. In a departure from conventional crime drama this is an investigation conducted by those close to the criminal rather than by the police – a 'whydunnit' rather than usual 'whodunnit'. Based on The Roth Trilogy of novels by award-winning crime writer Andrew Taylor and adapted by Peter Ransley, it is the story of the making of a murderer, told in reverse starting with the modern day. Like an archaeological dig, each of the films strips away the layers of a sociopath's history, hurtling backwards in time to show us how and when her mind became twisted, and her soul sick. FALLEN ANGEL reunites Emilia Fox as the beautiful, murderer Rosemary, with Charles Dance first seen together in 1997 in ITV's Rebecca. It also stars Clare Holman as Wendy, a woman whose granddaughter Lucy is abducted in the present by a woman known only as Angel. By rewinding back in time, we ultimately discover that Wendy is motivated by guilt to help unmask the killer, her real identity, and her motives.
|S01E01||The Last Four Things||11/03/2007||The Four Last Things is set in 2007 North London when a young girl is kidnapped by a serial killer who calls herself Angela Wharton or 'Angel'. The show starts with the ordination of a female curate - Mary Appleton - as the first female curate in the fictitious diocese of Roslington. However, she is heckled by an old lady called Audrey Oliphant. Her carer, Angela Wharton, also appears in the background behind the altar. Her parents are sent on a wild goose chase after 'Angel' leaves a number of child's body parts around the city.|
|S01E02||The Judgement Of Strangers||12/03/2007||We go to 1987 when Angel (Rosie) is 16 and applying for university, in Roth, in 1987 starting with her exams finishing and her going to stay with her father, the parish priest only to find out he has been married.|
|S01E03||The Office Of The Dead||13/03/2007||Going back even farther, this episode focuses on Rosie's childhood when her father was a dean at Roslington Cathedral in 1973. Wendy Appleton comes to stay with the family after breaking up with her husband and finds her friend's marriage is in just as bad a shape.|