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Girl Number 9 on DVD

Several months after the release of the web-based thriller by Torchwood, Doctor Who and Primeval scriptwriter James Moran (directed by Moran and Dan Turner), the episodic Girl Number 9 has been released on DVD.

Starring Torchwood’s Gareth David-Lloyd (Ianto Jones), Tracey-Ann Oberman (EastEnders, Army of Ghosts/Doomsday) and Joe Absolom (EastEnders, Vincent), Girl Number 9 premiered online on October 30th, 2009.

Comprising 6 five-minute episodes (the latter three directed by Moran himself), Girl Number 9 sees Gareth David-Lloyd playing the Detective Matheson leading a team investigating Vincent Boylan (Absolom) who has been arrested on suspicion of murdering seven girls.

Time is running out to for them to get a confession from the suspect and events take an interesting turn as the detectives find themselves drawn into Boylan’s mind games.

The DVD version allows you to watch the psychological thriller in both episodic and feature-length mode.

For more information visit www.canyousaveher.com – meanwhile a comprehensive (spoiler free) review of the thriller is available on Den of Geek.

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