◎片 长 84 Mins
◎导 演 Skip Kite
◎主 演 Tansy Adair ... Julie
Peter Bacon ... Prison Officer #1
Ben Baker ... Tom
Jordan Bale ... Child Dream Sequence
Nicholas Ball ... Martin Clement
Bradley Benjamin ...展开... Broadmoor Jimmy
Andrew Bolton ... DCI Turnball
Joanna Bond ... Janice
Steven Box ... Funeral Director
Rick Robinson Brown ... Mike
Mike Burnie ... Guard John
Aimee Chilvers ... Female Clubber #2
Alex Cilvers ... Male Clubber #4
Chris Clynes ... Gary
Thomas Coombes ... Tom - TV assistant
A Study for a Portrait of a Serial Killer, is a feature length horror 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.
PETER A Portrait of A Serial Killer is a feature film that delivers uncompromising performances and rare, shocking archive to reveal for the first time ever the astonishing TRUE story of The Yorkshire Ripper . Exploring his childhood, the sadistic murders of 13 women and his ongoing psychological treatment, the audience journey into the dark and twisted mind of Britain s most notorious serial killer. Psychiatrists say he is a dangerous paranoid schizophrenic, many think he is simply Evil; this film challenges the audience to make up their own mind.
‘PETER' - A Portrait of a Serial Killer, delves into the mind of Peter Sutcliffe ‘The Yorkshire Ripper'. Those piercing black eyes and neatly-trimmed beard are instantly familiar. This feature film, which also contains genuine archive footage, gives a unique insight into the man who, over the course of five years, slaughtered 13 women. A man, whose warped mind, became the most notorious serial killer Britain has ever seen, committing dreadful acts of brutality.
Were the psychologists right in diagnosing Sutcliffe as suffering from paranoid schizophrenia? Was he mad ... or just bad?