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Great but some of the characters aren't that interesting...
19 September 2000 | by (York, England) – See all my reviews

Fantastic soundtrack, eighties clubby bits and lots of drugs and related violence. Bet the Glasgow tourist board love it. If the club isn't entirely convincing (we're supposed to believe there's gay friendly drug dealers? In Glasgow?) most of the characters are, although some of them are a bit one dimensional (it's not enough to create characters who spend all their time complaining about how they need a s**g anymore - not even at the beeb).

The strongest characters seem to rotate around Ryan (David Paisley), the good looking new talent who postponed his university entrance to take up the part. His parents and Lewis, the 30 odd year old copper boyfriend are definitely the most convincing characters, along with Ryan himself.

He also happens to be gorgeous, which is the main reason I watched it, but it does grow on you.


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