What if your parent died and you suddenly discovered that everything they’d said about themselves, and about you, was untrue?
Netflix has dated the BBC One series “Requiem” for global streaming (excluding the UK) on Friday, March 23rd.
The six-episode 60-minute supernatural thriller tells the story of a young woman, who, in the wake of her mother’s death, sets out to learn the truth about herself, even to the point of unraveling her own identity.
“In 1994, a toddler disappeared from a small village, never to be seen again. 23 years later, in London, the mother of Matilda Gray (Lydia Wilson) commits suicide. As Matilda grapples with her mother’s death, she discovers evidence linking her mother to the girl’s disappearance… uncovering long-buried secrets including one secret more bizarre, terrifying and dangerous than anything she could have imagined.”
Produced by Indian Summers and The Missing outfit New Pictures, the series is penned by Australian writer Kris Mrksa, who has written episodes for Australian series including The Slap, Underbelly and Glitch. Mahalia Belo is directing. (ScreenDaily)
Supporting cast includes Plebs star Joel Fry, “Game of Thrones” and Legend actress Tara Fitzgerald and Animal Kingdom actor James Frecheville.