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The Kettering Incident Season 2 DVD Box Set


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  • The Kettering Incident Season 2 DVD Special Features
    Actors: Elizabeth Debicki, Matthew Le Nevez
    Language: English
    Boxed Set: Yes    
    Number of discs: 3
    Condition: New    
    Region: Region Free    
    Weight: 0.4 kg
    Format: Support both NTSC & PAL    
    Rated: NR (Not Rated)    
    DVD Release Date: 2017
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    The Kettering Incident Season 2 DVD Box Set

    The Kettering Incident Season 2 DVD Overview
    Chloes post mortem reveals that she died as a result of blunt force trauma to the skull. Anna is interviewed, and under scrutiny from Dutch, provides an alternate account to the one she gave Fergus on the day of Chloes disappearance. Dutch fakes an alibi for Dane, but Danes interview with Fergus only arouses his suspicions as to his governor's involvement. Max reveals that he had been receiving a series of blackmail letters in the months leading up to Chloe's death, warning him that his actions will result in tragedy for his family. Anna finds a photo in Fergus case file of marks on Chloes body which are identical to those of a young boy she met several days previously at the medical centre. Adam is involved in a serious accident whilst out driving in the forest, leading Anna to suspect that something dangerous is being hidden up at Mother Sullivans Ridge. The Kettering Incident is an Australian television drama program, The Kettering Incident Season 2 DVD first broadcast on Foxtels Showcase channel on July 4, 2016. The series was created by Victoria Madden and Vincent Sheehan, produced by Porchlight Films and Sweet Potato Films, and was written by Victoria Madden, Louise Fox, Cate Shortland and Andrew Knight. A sneak preview of the series launched at the 2015 Dark MoFo festival, with two episodes shown to select audiences at nine locations around Tasmania.The series was filmed in and around the town of Kettering and Bruny Island in Tasmania, as announced in February 2014 by the then Premier of Tasmania, The Kettering Incident Season 2 Lara Giddings, during a press conference in Kettering. The series was funded by Screen Australia, Screen Tasmania, Foxtel and BBC Worldwide, and was developed with the assistance of British broadcaster Channel 4.