a two-part dramatisation by Diana Griffiths of the novel by Emile Zola, set in mid-19th century Paris.
|CS||01||20090412||20090418||Therese is forced by her aunt to marry her sickly son, Camille.|
However, upon moving to Paris, she and her lover Laurent conspire to murder Camille so that they may love freely.
|CS||02 LAST||20090419||20090425||Therese and Laurent have murdered Camille and are free to marry.|
Their wedding night is not joyous - it is a night of terror, and each night is the same as they feel the ghost of Camille infiltrate their every thought and action.
|Emile Zola's powerful novel, set in 19th-century Paris, is dramatised by Melissa Murray.|
The heroine is forced to marry her sickly cousin and, as a consequence, embarks with her new lover on a journey of passion, lust, murder and revenge.
With Helen Mccrory, Alex Jennings and Anna Massey.
Director Cherry Cookson.
A classic story of passion, adultery, manipulation and murder.
directed by Pauline Harris.
by emile zola.
therese and her lover laurent conspire to murder her husband, camille
music consultancy: philip tagney
therese and laurent have murdered camille and are free to marry