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of their coats.
Traffic was appalling, Win. *
AUNTY WIN *
Let’s get you both a cup of tea. *
Come on through. *
EDDIE’S MOTHER O/S
EDDIE’S MOTHER, care worn, bearing up. His tight-lipped
I’m late. *
EDDIE’S MOTHER *
“Business before pleasure” he *
always said... *
It’s good you’re home, son.
farmer if he knows the way to town.
...that’s as may be, but am not theone that’s lost!
One of your father’s. He was a goodman, your father. You knew whereyou were with him. Reliable.
England Crime Correspondent.
Did you write that, son?
Our new Byline Boy, is Eddie.
We’ll be asking for his autograph
Thanks Aunty Win.
Red Riding (2009)
Synopsis: Red Riding (2009) is a three-part television adaptation of English author David Peace's Red Riding Quartet (1999–2002). The quartet comprises the novels Nineteen Seventy-Four (1999), Nineteen Seventy-Seven (2000), Nineteen Eighty (2001) and Nineteen Eighty-Three (2002) and the first, third, and fourth of these books became three feature-length television episodes — Red Riding 1974, Red Riding 1980, and Red Riding 1983. They aired in the UK on Channel 4 beginning on 5 March 2009 and were produced by Revolution Films. The three films were released theatrically in the US in February 2010.