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Review James Stansfield 7 Nov 2013 - 14:32

The Tunnel delivers a satisfying hour of television. Here's James' review of episode four...

This review contains spoilers.

Before we get into The Tunnel this week, and there was a lot of it, I thought it was worth making mention of its spooky opening titles sequence. The titles are a circling shot of the titular thoroughfare, bathed in a low yellow light, but what makes them so unnerving is the soft, lilting music that plays alongside. The song has an almost child-like, lullaby quality to it. It’s really quite unnerving and lends the show a fairytale-like feeling…….which was in keeping with the moral themes that episode four brought to the table.

This week’s action was mainly centred around Detectives Karl and Elise’s race against time to save old French soldier Jean-Claude from freezing to death in a cold storage unit, »

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