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The concluding entry in the trilogy with a somewhat satisfying ending that still leaves a bitter taste in the mouth.
The Ending, Police Corruption, Pedophile Ring...
The conclusion was deeply disturbing, and the ending doesn't really have much to do with the Yorkshire Ripper as a conspiracy and cover-up. Well made, but too disturbing to recommend or rewatch.
Just watched and absolutely loved it!!!
Did they finally get the right guy......Intrigue still lingers after all is said and done.
An excellent ending to the trilogy and finally answers are given and Maurice finds redemption for all of his shortcomings in the previous two films. Once everything is revealed there are still a few questions about the corruption that are never answered which does bother me some, but still doesn't take away from the overall enjoyment of the film.
Slightly confusing with the flashbacks bleeding into the timeline of the story, but a brilliant end to the trilogy
Bill Molloy: "To the North - where we do what we bloody want!"
In the last installment of Red Riding Trilogy, the threads come undone and the truth reveals itself. It couldn't have been murkier...
Finished the Red Riding trilogy in one weekend and was absolutely engrossed by this deep and disturbing, slow burn masterpiece about child abductions taking place at the height of police corruption in Yorkshire. Extremely well acted and directed, this trilogy will stick with you. And you'll definitely want to hug your kids before they go to bed.