Cover image for Prime suspect. Series 5, Errors of judgement
Title:
Prime suspect. Series 5, Errors of judgement
Author:
Mirren, Helen, actor.
Publication Information:
[United States] : Home Box Office, 2004.
Physical Description:
2 videodiscs (208 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Having been demoted and transferred to the north, D.C.I. Tennison finds herself under-used until she gets a case where a 12-year-old boy confesses to murder. She becomes involved with trying to convict the local crime boss who has proved impossible to touch.
General Note:
Originally broadcast by ITV in 1996.

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Language:
English
Reading Level:
Not rated.
Added Uniform Title:
Prime suspect (Television program)
ISBN:
9780783128702
UPC:
026359227424
Format :
DVD

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Helen Mirren returns as police detective Jane Tennison in the fifth cycle of the award-winning television series Prime Suspect. Tennison is transferred to Manchester, where her superiors, unsure of what to do with her, initially put her in the public relations department, explaining police work to schoolchildren. Tennison wants a more substantial assignment, and she gets her wish when she is sent out to investigate the murder of a drug pusher. But Tennison quickly discovers the case is more complex than she imagined; a 14-year-old boy has claimed responsibility for the murder, but she believes the true culprit is a man known as "The Street" (Steven Mackintosh), who controls Manchester's drug traffic and has a number of lieutenants to cover his tracks. Tennison also finds herself in potentially hot water when she becomes romantically involved with DCS Ballinger (John McArdle), who is her superior -- and also a married man. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi