When is Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie out?

Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie delves deep into the unsolved murder case of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. The five-part series comes from six-time Oscar nominee Jim Sheridan. Expres.co.uk has everything you need to know about the gripping documentary.

When is Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie out?

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To watch Murder at the Cottage, you must be a Sky customer and the entire channel is available at no extra charge.

The five-part series will also be available to stream via NOW TV via the Entertainment Pass.

You can sign up to a seven-day free trial for NOW TV and after the trial is complete you can sign up for £9.99 per month.


What is Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie about?

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However, he was found guilty in absentia by the French courts in 2019 and sentenced to 25 years in prison for Sophie’s murder.

Bailey has since successfully fought extradition requests and continues to maintain his innocence. He currently resides in Cork, Ireland.

According to the official synopsis, the five-part series will piece together original evidence, with never-seen-before-footage and interviews with those close to the case.

Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie comes from six-time Oscar nominee Jim Sheridan who narrates the five-part series.

Sheridan, who is best known for the films My Left Foot and The Name of the Father will also appear in the documentary as he tries to make sense of what happened in his home country.

He spent more than five years working on the documentary, telling Variety he just “want to get to the truth.”

He added: “I have to be the kind of chief investigator in some kind of way, and there are crazy questions that nobody asks that boggled my mind.

“I don’t have the training or the obsession that somebody like a Kubrick or Scorsese would have, but I do think I have a little bit of ability to look with kind of x-ray eyes.

“I just want to get to the truth and I won’t stop till I get there.

“And believe me, I’ll do that on this to the best of my ability. And I don’t care who tries to cross my path, I’ll just go after it.”
 

Is there a trailer for Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie?

Yes, there is a very short teaser clip available for Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie.

The 15-second clip surrounds an ominous lighthouse in the middle of the Irish sea.

A faded image of Sophie Toscan du Plantier appears around the six-second mark.

Sheridan’s then says: “Sophie Toscan du Plantier. People want answers. They want conclusions.”

Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie is coming soon to Sky Crime and NOW TV

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