The Pembrokeshire Murders star also explained how there is no "glorification" in the drama, making it as realistic as possible.Allen added: "I've s
The Pembrokeshire Murders star also explained how there is no “glorification” in the drama, making it as realistic as possible.
Allen added: “I’ve seen it and what I really, really like about it, is that there’s no weird lighting, there is no weird sound effects.
“It is very, very, very realistic, in your face, to the point of really making you think ‘oh God, is that what these people did?’
“And I think the victims, especially those who were young kids at the time, when they see that I think there’ll be a sense of ‘good, at least the world knows our suffering now’.
“There was no glorification in what happened in that case at all and that is testament to both director and producer but also the cameraman.
“The way they lit it, it’s muted, there’s nothing exciting about it.
“All the excitement is what’s captured…in the chase.”
The Pembrokeshire Murders starts tomorrow, Monday, January 11, at 9pm on ITV.