Southcliffe is a British drama series airing on Channel 4. Set in a fictional town on the North Kent Marshes, it employs a nonlinear narrative structure to tell the story of a series of shootings by a local man portrayed by Sean Harris, the cause of these shootings and the effects on the town and residents. It explores tragedy, grief, responsibility and redemption, as seen through the eyes of a journalist returning to the small town of his childhood, to cover the story of the tragedy, and those closest to the victims of the tragedy.
This series offers the spectator to plunge into the atmosphere of the journalistic investigation of crimes. For a short time in the city a series of murders occurs. Residents of the city are shocked by such events and fear once again go out in the evening. A local reporter does not allow himself to stay away from what is happening, so decides to find out the details of each crime, as well as to enter the killer trail. The path of the investigation brings a lot of hassle and trouble. The reporter is difficult to obtain the necessary information. He can not get through to anyone. One gets the impression that people guess who is involved in a series of murders but prefer to remain silent about it so afraid of incurring the danger. The reporter challenged injustice comes to the conclusion that he is necessary to change the tactics of the investigation. Now he will lead the investigation a secret from others. Such action on the part of the reporter aroused the suspicion of the local sheriff. This encourages a man, hiding even more and continue the search for the perpetrator. It seems that with each subsequent murder the local reporter found at the crime scene before the police, with the corpse of his prints were found. This exciting story with a dramatic denouement of course interested audience.Read more »