Tom Ripley detests murder unless it is absolutely necessary. He prefers someone else to do the dirty work. But if he's called on to act there is no one more cool, calculating and clever. A few years after the death of Dickie Greenleaf, Ripley Under Grounds find Tom living in luxury in a French chateau with his beautiful wife Heloise - but the clever art forgery which funds Tom's expensive tastes is about to be uncovered.
Tense, thrilling and atmospheric, the second of five dramatisations that are perfect evocations of Highsmith's unique, complex and brilliantly twisted crime novels.
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Just like all Patricia highsmiths stories, this has a truly brilliant plot, but sadly, this version is very shortened. The performance is good.