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Second Sight 2 (2003, original release: 2000)


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Published: [United States] : WGBH Boston Video, 2003
Description:  3 videodiscs : sound, color ; 1/2 in
ISBN/ISSN: 1593750277, 6307907088,
Language:  English

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Created by Paula Milne

Originally produced for television in 2000 and broadcast in the United States on the televsion series Mystery!

Not rated

Special DVD features include: virtual tour of the mystery! studio -- Disabled detectives, by Ron Miller ; Sight, by screenwriter Paul Milne ; cast filmographies ; Daina Rigg biography ; closed captions and video description

Clive Owen, Claire Skinner, Michael Kitchen

Host, Diana Rigg

Three episodes from the television series about D.C.I. Ross Tanner who is desperate to conceal the fact that he's losing his vision. In "Hide and Seek", Tanner is working on the two-year-old murder of a famous violinist in which the only one who may know who killed her is the victim's nine-year-old son. In "Parasomnia",Tanner is investigating a murder in which the murderer claims to have been sleepwalking. In Kingdom of the blind, Tanner is caught in the middle of a war between black youths and neo-Nazis

DVD format; Dolby digital

Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired

Disc 1: Hide and seek -- Disc 2: Parasomnia -- Disc 3: Kingdom of the blind

Hide and seek -- Parasomnia -- Kingdom of the blind Episode 1. Episode 2. Episode 3.

Related Searches:
Murder -- Drama. -- Investigation -- England
Detectives -- Drama. -- England
Blindness -- Drama. -- England
Detective and mystery television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Detective and mystery films.
Television series.
Video recordings for people with visual disabilities

Additional Credits:
Owen, Clive.
Skinner, Claire.
Kitchen, Michael, 1948-
Bennett, Edward, 1950-
Phillips, Maurice.
Milne, Paula.
Twenty Twenty Television.
British Broadcasting Corporation.
WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)

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