A thriller set in London, in which a politician's life becomes increasingly complex as his research assistant is found dead on the London Underground and, in a seemingly unrelated incident, a teenage pickpocket is shot dead.
A story of love, sex, seduction and violent death, set against the backdrop of a battle amongst the hunting fraternity. Sarah Campbell is a woman ostracised by the village she moves to ... See full summary »
I really don't understand why some voters have given 10 points to this TV-movie. There is only one way to enjoy it: turn of the sound, play your own favorite music, an open a good bottle of wine.
The characters were really flat. I couldn't care less what happened to them. There was a lack of dialog. It felt like I was watching a summary of a movie. There was no suspense, no tension, no emotion.
I don't understand why someone would make a movie about a DI who has to work with an ex-lover, when this relationship has no function in the events. Or was it a lousy attempt to bring romance in the plot?
The end was a bit confusing: the murderer possessed an item of one of his/hers victims. But WHY in the first place did he/she take this item? Such details can really annoy me.
You'd better watch A Touch of Frost.
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