Remember Me (2014)
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Episode #1.3 

As Hannah and Sean flee the ghostly woman Rob deduces that she was Tom's ayah - nanny - in India in the 1900s and joins the siblings in Scarborough, where they find an unconscious Tom. He ... See full summary »

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Ashley Pearce

Writers:

Gwyneth Hughes (created by), Gwyneth Hughes
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Michael Palin ... Tom Parfitt
Mark Addy ... Rob Fairholme
Jodie Comer ... Hannah Ward
Julia Sawalha ... Jan Ward
Jamie Rooney-West Jamie Rooney-West ... Sean Ward
Tony Pitts ... DCI Grogan
Mayuri Boonham Mayuri Boonham ... Isha
Eileen Davies ... Nancy
Kate Dobson Kate Dobson ... Lucy Fairholme
Sheila Hancock ... Loveday Hutton
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As Hannah and Sean flee the ghostly woman Rob deduces that she was Tom's ayah - nanny - in India in the 1900s and joins the siblings in Scarborough, where they find an unconscious Tom. He verifies that Isha was his nanny and always swore that she would care for him - even from beyond the grave after she drowned in a shipwreck. He has spent much of his life running from her. The party goes to see Loveday Hutton, sister of Tom's late wife, who believes that the ending of the song Scarborough Fair contained the means to lay the ghost. When Isha takes Sean Hannah is horrified to learn that Tom loves his ayah above everybody else and must persuade him to sing the last verse to save her brother and get rid of the ghost forever. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Language:

English

Release Date:

7 December 2014 (UK) See more »

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Mammoth Screen See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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When Hannah tries to revive her brother after Isha has forced him under the surface of the lake, her face and hair are wet since she has just been completely submerged only seconds before. However, her coat is bone dry. See more »

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[to Hannah]
Rob Fairholme: I've always liked the idea that you never really die as long as somebody remembers you.
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Very good concluding part
22 August 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

It's almost a shame that Remember Me was broadcast over three episodes, with the amount of content on hand, it could have perhaps stretched over a few more episodes. Part three is a strong conclusion, with plenty of questions answered, and the tragedy many of us I'm sure were expecting to happen. More conventional drama in this part, the scares were toned down from previous episodes, and in all honesty were non existent, I think Part two was the peak, setting up the finale brilliantly. Even though it lacked the scares, it had its moments, the water scene was excellent, very tense, and well played out. Addy, Palin and Sawalha were great, but once again it was Jodie Comer that stole the show, a tremendous actress.

All in all, this was very good, 8/10


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