Ultraviolet, Episode 2: In Nomine Patris [Crossing the Line]
London: World Productions, 1997. Shooting script for the 1998 British television miniseries "Ultraviolet," seen here as "Crossing the Line," episode 2: "In Nomine Patris." Accompanied by 114 pages of call sheets, scene breakdowns, shooting schedules, and detailed notes on hair and makeup for each character.
A six episode miniseries in which Jack Davenport plays a Detective Sergeant whose best friend never shows up for his wedding day because he has been changed into a vampire. The detective struggles with lingering affection for his friend but eventually agrees to join a secret government organization that hunts vampires, in hopes of finding a middle ground. The show was unconventional for the time for its scientific approach to vampires, instead of the usual supernatural lore. One of Idris Elba's early roles.
White self titled wrappers, noted as Shooting Script on the front wrapper, marked copy No. 15, with credits for screenwriter director Ahearne. Title page integral with the front wrapper. 51 leaves, with last page of text numbered 49. mechanical duplication, with pink revision pages throughout, dated 23-01-98 and 11-02-98. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound with a single silver brad.
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