Rebus 3 details
|Starring:||Anna Chancellor, Jennifer Black, Ken Stott, Claire Price|
|Directors:||Roger Gartland, Matthew Evans|
Rebus - Strip Jack
|15 Disc 1|
Rebus - Let It Bleed
|15 Disc 2|
|Run time:||3 hours|
|Rental release:||Not currently released|
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Revealng RebusBy Darren Sempie from Scotland , 24 Jul 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]'Let it Bleed' is the rebus episode when finally Ken Stott makes Rebus his own. Stott at last makes DI rebus diffrent from his previous characters especially DI Red Metcalfe in 'Messiah' and DI Pat Chappel in 'The Vice.' Whats makes this unique is the side story of Rebus giving up alchol and smoking, this quite irreverant sub story gives Stott an oppertunity to get close into the rebus character, it also makes it more poignant when he falls off the wagon. The story is pretty standard meandering off the orginal Rankin story at various points unlike the, in my opinion supperear John Hannah versions. This while not as good as hannahs underrated gems of television is certainly the best of the new series, but only because of Stott and his complete submerssion into the grumpy scottish tallisiman of DI John Rebus.
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Ken Stott does it againBy eorbmd (34 reviews) from Cupar , 20 Jul 2009great dvd, Rebus is fab
greatBy eor (2 reviews) from Cupar , 19 May 2009reliable Rebus, FAB, Ken Stott does it again !
ExcellentBy Texasdave (30 reviews) from Buxton , 28 Feb 2009Ken Stott delivers another wonderful performance as Rebus in this excellent episode.
RebusBy a customer from Harrogate , 11 Dec 2008Another good transposition from book to screen.
Brings to life the underside of Edinburgh.
Is there a 'Tour of Rankin's Edinburgh' for tourists? Should be.
Archetpal RebusBy a customer from The world , 09 Sep 2008Ken Stott does for DI Rebus what David Suchet did for Hercule Poirot - capture limited information from the written material and transform him onto the screen.
Add to that the usual excellent story line from Ian Rankin and this is yet another cracker.