Hot July morning, at the height of tourist season in a town called Broadchurch lost 11-year-old high school student Danny Latimer. His mother, Beth, begins to look for him, while her best friend, Ellie Miller, a local police officer, comes from leave for work and discovers that the promotion for which she expected, goes to Detective Inspector Alec Hardy, the newcomer with the reputation of a loser. Dannyâ€™s body found under the spectacular cliffs. Miller and Hardy are determined to solve the mystery murder of Danny.
One heat morning in July, at the height of the tourist season in a town called Broadchurch lost 11-year-old schoolboy Danny Latimer. His mother Beth doesnâ€™t suspect anything bad she begins to look for him. At the same time her best friend, Ellie Miller who serves as a local police officer finds the child corpse on the beach. She found Danny under picturesque rocks in the water. Ellie thought that today she will get a preferment but another detective Alec Hardy has got it. Miller and Hardy are determined to solve the mystery of the murder of Danny. Ellie is sympathizing the lost of a child with the people of her community, Alec is passionless, because he came here from the other city. When news of the crime shatters the city it attracts to Broadchurch a national attention that pull the light on the city, its inhabitants and their secrets.
Original Title: Broadchurch
Broadchurch season 3 is set three years after the last one and five years since the death of Danny Latimer. But this time DS Ellie Miller and DI Alec Hardy are investigating a serious sexual assault in the community. The woman who has been attacked is Trish Winterman and it’s Hardy and Miller’s job to gure out exactly when and who attacked her. They head to the victim’s house and realise it’s the scene of the crime, but as forensic o cers are called in, the house proves an unusual and tricky place to search. Their initial report reveals the detective’s theory that the attack wasn’t a spontaneous one, it had been planned well in advance. But who in the Dorset community is responsible and how quickly can the cops collar the killer?