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James Dempsey, a brash and tough New York cop exposes corruption within the force, is seconded to Scotland Yard and assigned to London's elite SI10.
His new partner is the high flying Detective Sergeant Harriet Makepeace, a beautiful, smart and well connected computer and surveillance expert.
The stark difference in their personalities and approach to law enforcement creates crippling tension between them. The fireworks ensue as Dempsey and Makepeace tackle crime on the streets of London. An unlikely duo but dynamite when it comes to explosive action and a love hate relationship of epic proportions.
Special Features include Two commentaries and an exclusive interview with both Michael Brandon and Glynis Barber.
About the Directors
Tony Wharmby is an English television director and producer. Wharmby is best known for his directorial work on television series such as JAG, NCIS, The O.C., Bones, Providence, Coronation Street, High Sierra Search and Rescue, The X-Files, Coins in the Fountain, New Scotland Yard, Gossip Girl, Supernatural and Crossing Jordan, as well as many other series and TV movies. His most notable work as a producer includes producing the series The X-Files and Dempsey & Makepeace, and serving as executive and co-executive producer for the series Enemy at the Door and Bones. He is also credited as either producer or executive producer for another dozen series and TV movies.
Gerry Mill worked as a director on Coronation Street. He has both produced and directed episodes of Heartbeat, and his other directorial credits include Doctor Who, Robin Of Sherwood, Bergerac and London's Burning.
Approximate Running Time: 593 Minutes. 3 DVD Set
Classification: PG (Parental Guidance Recommended - Mild violence, Infrequent mild coarse language, Mild drug references)
Number of Discs: 3
Region: 4 (Australia & New Zealand)
Released: 12th January 2008
Running Time: 593 mins