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The Tunnel Sabotage




AWARD-WINNING hard-hitting drama The Tunnel, from the makers of Broadchurch, returns for a gripping second series The Tunnel Sabotage. Clémence Poésy and Stephen Dillane resume the lead roles in this geopolitical thriller, which will broadcast on Sky Atlantic, and make its DVD bow courtesy of RLJ
Entertainment’s Acorn label.

This tense, high octane thriller sees the investigative duo from opposite sides of the Channel ­ pragmatic, meticulous and newly promoted Commander Elise Wasserman (Poésy ­ In Bruges) and laconic but brilliant DCI Karl Roebuck (Dillane ­ Game of Thrones) ­ reunited to investigate the case of a French couple abducted from the Eurotunnel, leaving behind their traumatised young daughter. But when a plane carrying British and French passengers crashes in the Channel, killing everyone on board, they have far bigger
questions to answer.

The pair pick their way through clues thrown up by a vast field of debris, forging connections as they go. But sinister and complicated forces are at play and in a terrifying game of brinksmanship, Karl and Elise will have to risk everything in the pursuit of true justice.

It is the beginning of a lethal mystery that will change both Karl and Elise¹s lives ­ and see many more lost ­ before they can unravel the dangerous and corrupted forces at play in The Tunnel Sabotage.

This thrilling eight-part drama comes to DVD on 6 June 2016 and The Tunnel Series One & Two DVD Box Set will be released on the same date.

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