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D.I. Ray

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Releasing to DVD and Digital on July 20

SYNOPSIS:

When DI Rachita Ray (Parminder Nagra; ER, Bend It Like Beckham), a British Asian policewoman new to homicide is assigned to investigate the suspected honour killing of a young Muslim man, she quickly realises the suspects can’t be guilty. The evidence against the two brothers from a British Hindu family is flimsy at best but her attempts at conveying this to her superiors and her colleagues fall on deaf ears. Hidden biases and a keenness to wrap the case up mean no one is listening to her until her probing leads the team to a much more sinister crime. As she uncovers a complex web of deceit within organised crime, she also lays bare the wounds deep within herself that she’s spent a lifetime ignoring – wounds that are born from a desperate desire to ‘fit in’, despite not looking the part.

The compelling new Crime Thriller from Jed Mercurio (Line of Duty)

Featuring 4 x 60 min dynamic episodes

Release Date: July 20, 2022

Rated: M

PPR: $29.95

One reply on “D.I. Ray”

I have a very curious mind and heart think that I would make a good police officer. I would watch this with @gretaniveri

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