Apr 302011
 




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The Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe is getting the movie treatment courtesy of director Skip Kite. Often using ‘real’ footage, Peter:  Study of a Portrait of a Serial Killer (my thats a long title) will show how Sutcliffe murdered 13 women and injured seven others between 1975-1981.

The film will also follow the police in Yorkshire as the largest manhunt in police history took place to catch The Ripper. The catching of the Ripper and the subsequent psychological treatment at Broadmoor Hospital will also be part of the film. Walt Kissack chillingly plays the Yorkshire Ripper. We will met you know as soon as a release date is available.

By Matt Wavish

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  3 Responses to “Serial Killer Peter Sutcliffe’s story made into a film”

  1. British Cinema is still the best in the world. Come on BBC get your act together!

  2. British Cinema is still the best in the world. Come on BBC get your act together!

  3. British Cinema is still the best in the world. Come on BBC get your act together!

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