Thirteen Steps Down (TV series)

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Thirteen Steps Down
Series titles under the picture of a house
Genre Thriller
Created by Book by Ruth Rendell
Written by Adrian Hodges
Directed by Marek Losey
Starring Luke Treadaway
Geraldine James
Elarica Gallacher
Composer(s) Frans Bak
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 2
Production
Executive producer(s) Alan Moloney
Mary Callery
Adrian Hodges
Producer(s) Neil Zeiger
Cinematography Seamus Deasy
Running time 45-50 mins
Production company(s) Parallel Films
Release
Original network ITV, STV, UTV
Original release 13 August (2012-08-13) – 20 August 2012 (2012-08-20)
External links
Website

Thirteen Steps Down is a 2012 two part television thriller based on the novel by Ruth Rendell first broadcast by ITV.[1]

Plot[edit]

Mix Cellini is a lonely, maladjusted young man who works for a company that repairs exercise equipment, and lives in the upstairs apartment of an old Victorian house on Notting Hill. While his reclusive landlady, Gwendolen, spends her time reading and pondering lost loves, Mix grows dangerously obsessed with serial killer John Christie and a local model, Nerissa Nash, despite the fact that she hardly even acknowledges his existence.

Production[edit]

Set in London's Notting Hill and the nearby home of John Christie at 10 Rillington Place filming took place over five weeks in London and Dublin.[2]

Cast and characters[edit]

Luke Treadaway, Anna Calder-Marshall, Gemma Jones, and Geraldine James

References[edit]

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