Injustice

Injustice

When successful London barrister William Travers suffers a nervous breakdown, he moves his family and practice to rural Suffolk. Called upon to defend an old friend, he is caught up in a conspiracy that stretches far beyond the courtroom. James Purefoy (Rome) stars in a taut, engrossing thriller from the creator of Foyleâ™s War. With Dervla Kirwan (Ballykissangel), Charlie Creed-Miles (Five Days), and Nathaniel Parker (The Inspector Lynley Mysteries). 5 episodes, 3 ¾ hrs, 2 DVDs, SDH. Mature audiences.



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Disc 1

Episode 1

Successful defense barrister William Travers thought he was done with the stresses of London murder cases. Yet he risks his family’s quiet country life when he undertakes the defense of an old friend accused of murder. Travers also faces trouble near home when a police detective with a grudge investigates a local killing.

 

Episode 2

Travers learns more about his friend Martin’s murder case, discovering what may be a conspiracy involving oil and money. Detective Wenborn, investigating the killing near Travers’s home, unearths a different yet equally lethal conspiracy. Meanwhile, Travers’s wife, Jane, identifies a diamond in the rough among her students.

 

Episode 3

While Travers uncovers more clues unraveling the conspiracy around Martin’s case, Detective Wenborn makes a vital connection between the rural murder and Travers himself—and the barrister’s withdrawal from homicide cases. Jane’s prize student turns out to have a dark past to balance his bright talent.

 

Disc 2

Episode 4

While the case against Martin becomes stronger, the implications of the conspiracy grow as well. Detective Wenborn’s investigation heats up, but so does his personal conflict. Jane’s student runs afoul of Wenborn’s detective work, with shocking consequences.

 

Episode 5

Travers makes the last connections in probing the conspiracy, affecting Martin’s murder case and changing his own life forever. Wenborn resorts to blackmail and frame-ups to close his investigation, targeting Travers and bringing the troubled barrister face-to-face with his own shadowy past.

 

“Mesmerizing” —The Observer(UK)


“Cleverly multi-layered cop drama” —The People(UK)


“Terrific” —The Daily Telegraph (UK)

 

“A web of storytelling so captivating, it’s criminal” —The Mail on Sunday (UK)

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Disc 1

Episode 1

Successful defense barrister William Travers thought he was done with the stresses of London murder cases. Yet he risks his family’s quiet country life when he undertakes the defense of an old friend accused of murder. Travers also faces trouble near home when a police detective with a grudge investigates a local killing.

 

Episode 2

Travers learns more about his friend Martin’s murder case, discovering what may be a conspiracy involving oil and money. Detective Wenborn, investigating the killing near Travers’s home, unearths a different yet equally lethal conspiracy. Meanwhile, Travers’s wife, Jane, identifies a diamond in the rough among her students.

 

Episode 3

While Travers uncovers more clues unraveling the conspiracy around Martin’s case, Detective Wenborn makes a vital connection between the rural murder and Travers himself—and the barrister’s withdrawal from homicide cases. Jane’s prize student turns out to have a dark past to balance his bright talent.

 

Disc 2

Episode 4

While the case against Martin becomes stronger, the implications of the conspiracy grow as well. Detective Wenborn’s investigation heats up, but so does his personal conflict. Jane’s student runs afoul of Wenborn’s detective work, with shocking consequences.

 

Episode 5

Travers makes the last connections in probing the conspiracy, affecting Martin’s murder case and changing his own life forever. Wenborn resorts to blackmail and frame-ups to close his investigation, targeting Travers and bringing the troubled barrister face-to-face with his own shadowy past.

 

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Packaging: Boxed set

Run Time: 223 minutes

Format: Widescreen

Number of discs: 2

Language: English

Subtitles: No

Color or B&W: Color

CC: No

SDH: Yes

Region Code: 1

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Rating: NR. Contains violence, strong language, and disturbing images.

“Mesmerizing” —The Observer(UK)


“Cleverly multi-layered cop drama” —The People(UK)


“Terrific” —The Daily Telegraph (UK)

 

“A web of storytelling so captivating, it’s criminal” —The Mail on Sunday (UK)

Engrossing

5 Stars

Tom Jones from NY on 3/19/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

A VERY good story, with a series of surprises and unexpected twists.

Injustice review

4 Stars

Wally from FL on 9/7/2012 3:42:00 PM wrote:

This is a fast paced thriller, & I enjoyed it.

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4 Stars

from on 8/31/2012 11:47:00 AM wrote:

Horowitz certainly knows how to weave a good tale. My only disappointment was that the end was a bit unsatisfactory, but I realize it had to end somewhere. Didn't it seem probable that Will would get caught eventually?

INJUSTICE

5 Stars

Ronald Watras from AZ on 8/10/2012 5:37:00 PM wrote:

Please give us more of this British style. Thank You

I LIKED IT A LOT!!!

5 Stars

Mystery Buff from FL on 8/9/2012 3:42:00 PM wrote:

It was very suspenseful!

clever, but not quite a solid theme

3 Stars

stude from NY on 7/31/2012 2:16:00 PM wrote:

Hadn't seen the series; but it sounded good. It was a classic "curate's egg;" great in parts, not quite so in others. Generally good acting, but repetitive in many places. Compared with similar mysteries, a definite three out of five.