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Interview: She Will Director Charlotte Colbert & Stars Alice Krige, Malcolm McDowell on Psychological Horror Film

Charlotte Colbert’s feature directorial debut She Will is a psychological […] The post Interview: She Will Director Charlotte Colbert & Stars Alice Krige, Malcolm McDowell on Psychological Horror Film appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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    Exclusive Whitstable Pearl Clip From Acorn TV’s Seaside Mystery Series

    ComingSoon.net has an exclusive clip from AMC Networks’ new seaside mystery series Whitstable Pearl, starring Kerry Godliman (Adult Material, Save Me, After Life) and premiering on May 24 on Acorn TV. Godliman plays the titular Pearl Nolan in the six-part British detective drama, based on the much-loved novels The Whitstable Pearl Mystery and Disappearance at Oare by Julie Wassmer (EastEnders). You can check out the clip now in the player below!RELATED: New to Stream: Acorn TV’s May 2021 Lineup!When local celebrity Pearl Nolan, chief proprietor of the eponymous Whitstable Pearl restaurant and a newly formed detective agency, discovers the body of Vinnie, a close family friend, she takes it upon herself to investigate what she believes to be murder. Standing in the way of her detective work is DCI Mike McGuire (Howard Charles, The Musketeers), the new Kent police chief who has transferred from London in an attempt to escape from his past. Pearl and Mike clash at first, but then Mike becomes the only other person to share Pearl’s belief that Vinnie was murdered. When a second body shows up, Pearl finds herself pulled into the seedy underbelly of this picturesque town. The British seaside holiday will never be the same again.Pick up your copy of The Whitstable Pearl Mystery here!Set beneath huge skies and amid the lengthening shadows of a picture postcard town just miles from London, the friction between the locals and the moneyed arrivals from the city is palpable as centuries of village tradition grates against the inevitable pressure of money and gentrification.RELATED: Exclusive Clip: Star Trek: Lower Decks Extended Driving SceneWhitstable Pearl is brought to the screen for the first time by iconic Norwegian filmmaker Øystein Karlsen (Exit, Dag, Lilyhammer).

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