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TV Review: Rubicon, 1.1 – “Gone In The Teeth”

8 April 2011 2:47 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

AMC’s Rubicon was acquired by BBC4 last summer, but in the wake of initially frosty Us reviews and cancellation, they’ve only just decided to air it. This presents British viewers with a familiar dilemma: should you invest time in a defunct Us TV show, and one with a notoriously slow start and divisive finale? The answer is a cautious yes.

Rubicon is a 1970s conspiracy thriller transplanted to a post-9/11 world; meaning there are mobile phones, but not much reliance on the internet. Will Travers (The Pacific‘s James Badge Dale) is a prodigiously clever analyst for the American Policy Institute (Api), which appears to be a think-tank connected to the CIA, tasked with poring through intelligence files. One day Will notices what he believes to be a clue hidden deep inside the crossword puzzles of various major newspapers, using a four-leaf clover as its key. The clues »

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