Channel 4’s Born to Kill to film in Cardiff
A new four-part psychological thriller, Born to Kill, is in early pre-production with cameras due to roll on location in Cardiff this summer.
From World Productions, the 4 x 60 is written by Kate Ashfield – this marks her TV debut – and Tracey Malone (Silent Witness). The drama explores the mind of a teenage boy trying to suppress psychopathic desires while falling in love for the first time, while his family remain unaware of what he is capable of.
When the series was first announced the production company’s head of drama Jake Lushington said: “World is thrilled to be making such an ambitious, morally ambiguous piece that contains the power to seduce and shock in equal measure.”
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