Juliet Stevenson stars in ITV’s new four-part crime drama The Long Call, based on a book by Vera creator Ann Cleeves. She plays Dorothy, the mother of DI Matthew Venn (Ben Aldridge). Her gay son has returned to his home town in Devon after 20 years away from the cultish religious community he was brought up in and soon gets drawn into a shocking local murder case. Here, Juliet reveals more…
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