Loving You

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I was delighted when Granada bought the television rights to Trust. It was adapted by Matthew Hall and called Loving You. It was shown on ITV 1 in February 2003, and starred Niamh Cusack and Douglas Henshall. The cast also included Keith Allen, Marianne-Jean Baptiste, Paterson Joseph, Marian McCloughlin and Mark Bonnar.

During filming I spent a day on set. It was fascinating to see how my story had grown from a tiny seed of an idea into this project involving so many people - and it was quite a thrill to walk round the set and see the rooms of Chloe's house exactly as I'd imagined them.

Here are some extracts from previews and reviews:

“Loving You is the latest in a recent run of feature length dramas on ITV1, and possibly the best yet….This is a gripping drama with a superb cast, and keeps you wondering till the end.”

“Just sometimes, along comes a low-key drama that is so impressive you wonder why more of them aren’t made. This most certainly falls into that category. An intelligent, believable story, this shows just how quickly suspicion can turn happiness into horror.”
TV Times

“ Loving You takes an age-old story – the risk inherent in taking a complete stranger into your home – and refashions it as a cracking contemporary thriller.”

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