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Peter: ‘PETER’ – A Study for a Portrait of a Serial Killer, is a feature length drama containing genuine archive that takes the audience on a unique journey into the mind of Peter Sutcliffe ‘The Yorkshire Ripper’. The 90min film starts from his formative years in Yorkshire, the largest police manhunt in history, to his on-going psychological treatment in Broadmoor Hospital. ‘PETER’ avoids the established genre clichés, of blood and gore and instead asks us to think about issues of retribution, punishment, compassion and guilt.

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Released: October 10, 2011
Genres: Drama
Countries: UK
Actors: Chris Evans John Howard Lee Nicholas Harris Nicholas Ball Tracey Wilkinson

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Posted by silverrain 1 year ago
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Disturbing but a good movie and different where they added in the archived footage 3/5

Posted by halloween1 1 year ago
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strange and disturbing even though there isn't a lot of violence. I like the way it mixed real archive footage into the movie. definitely worth a watch to anybody interested in the Yorkshire Ripper Killings or True Crime 7/10

Posted by sue1960 2 years ago
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I remember all this happening, and even though we lived a fair distance from where It all happened my mum and dad wouldn't let me or my sisters go out after a certain time at night. It was a very scary time. Interesting film though 6/10

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Posted by jimbo1888 2 years, 1 month ago ( Edited 2 years, 1 month ago )
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what garbage, pity the guy who attacked him never done it right

Posted by tnorcff 2 years, 4 months ago
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a very interesting portrait of peter sutcliff 5/5

Posted by shrekseawax 2 years, 10 months ago
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Being from Dewsbury and a child the seventies i recall all the media and hype surrounding the search for the Yorkshire Ripper. My dad used to ban my older sisters from going out on a night, it was a very scary time. This film seemed to be more artistic than factual and didn't explore his upbringing has i hoped it would. Hope the some of the funds from this film go to charity or to the victims families. Worth a watch if you don't know the crimes, interesting but hardly mind blowing, the actor playing Peter was excellent though.

Posted by CaptainHowdy_ 2 years, 10 months ago
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Anyone spot the young richard madeley in the news archive footage about rape alarms!

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Posted by Huddschap 2 years, 10 months ago
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Not a bad film. I remember when he was prowling the streets, he killed one a couple of mile away from where i live. He should have been hanged.

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Posted by ubersteigen 2 years, 10 months ago
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Weird! In the early 2000's I was hired to do special effects on a craptacular little "torture porn" film called "Peter: Portrait of a Serial Killer" which went nowhere because it was FUCKING AWFUL! I was very surprised to come across this film of the same name! My first reaction was "OH NO! Some sick bastard finally released that bullshit!?" LOL! But very relieved to find out that this is not that movie, and has no relation to those crazy douchebags I briefly worked for so many years ago.. Just a hell of an odd coincidence though.

Posted by mestanton 2 years, 10 months ago
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