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Season 1 / Episode 4 and airs on 04 May 2017 10:30
Seven-year-old Sam Marin is taken from his school. Much to the relief of his parents Anna and Joe, Sam is found unharmed hours later and police arrest ex-schoolteacher, Simon Heywood. But this is far from an open and shut case as it turns out that Simon is Anna's ex-lover, and his neighbour and possible accomplice Angela has an intriguing connection to Joe. Soon Simon's psychiatrist and ally Dr Alex Klima, his lawyer Gina, and even Joe's best mate Mitch get pulled into the vortex where relationships become entangled and moral dilemmas abound about who really is at fault. And it's not a matter of who took Sam, but a question of why.
Told from the shifting perspectives of six characters, this psychological mystery explores the complex emotional terrain of past and present relationships and the risks people will go to in the name of love.
Based on the critically acclaimed novel ‘Seven Types of Ambiguity' by award winning author Elliot Perlman.
Joe Marin discovers his son Sam has been taken from his school grounds but once Sam is recovered in the home of an ex-schoolteacher the mystery only deepens.
Dr Alex Klima risks an unusually close bond with Simon in the need to defend his client and understand why Simon took Sam. He is deeply affected by Simon's unwavering romanticism, which hits close to home.
Driven by unrequited love for Simon, Angela escalates matters in her attempts to help him. Police threaten to expose her identity, putting both her professional and family life in jeopardy.
Mitch becomes suspicious of Joe's role in events after seeing Joe use the kidnapping to further a business deal. As resentment builds, Mitch sides with Angela in an elaborate attempt to uncover the truth.
Anthony Hayes(Dennis "Mitch" Mitchell)
Alex Dimitriades(Joe Marin)
Susie Porter(Gina Serkin)
Leeanna Walsman(Anna Marin)
Hugo Weaving(Alex Klima)
Xavier Samuel(Simon Heywood)
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