The Five (2016)
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Episode #1.10 

As the investigation into Jesse's disappearance takes an unexpected turn, it is time for Mark and his family to finally face up to the truth, but will they ever be the same again? Pru ... See full summary »

Director:

Mark Tonderai

Writers:

Harlan Coben (creator), Daniel Brocklehurst (as Danny Brocklehurst)
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Stephen Boxer ... Ron Hatchett
Paul Warriner Paul Warriner ... Frank Lipton
Jessica Neil Jessica Neil ... Frank's Daughter
Imogen Neil Imogen Neil ... Frank's Daughter
Haris Giannakopoulos Haris Giannakopoulos ... Younger Mark
Shauna Macdonald ... Young Julie
Wil Johnson ... Young Ray
Canice Bannon Canice Bannon ... Young Alan
Natasha Alderslade Natasha Alderslade ... Sally Lipton
Aedan Duckworth ... Young Mark
Alfie Bloor Alfie Bloor ... Jesse
Harry Bloor Harry Bloor ... Jesse
Megan Bradley Megan Bradley ... Young Pru
Billy Kennedy ... Young Slade
Freedom Doran Freedom Doran ... Young Danny
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As the investigation into Jesse's disappearance takes an unexpected turn, it is time for Mark and his family to finally face up to the truth, but will they ever be the same again? Pru enlists Slade's help as she worries how Mark will take the news of her shocking discovery, and they face a race against time as they do everything that they can to help him rescue his family before it is too late.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 May 2016 (UK) See more »

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It's a Wrap!
25 October 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

I still think Pru is dangerous and naive. She and Mark are going to have some big problems. I thought the conclusion was acceptable. There would be some real issues with overall believability. But all the twists and turns are indeed explained. The relationships that don't necessarily relate to Jesse's case are examined (like Danny's upbringing and his rage). As these Netflix series go, this one did hold my attention, although they did throw a lot on the road. I was wondering how the record producer was part of the Jesse story. It's explained but not in a very satisfactory, or realistic way. I think my interest was more with the unraveling of the plot than with any affection for the characters. The final scenes were a bit saccharine.


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