Ben and Rosie try separating after 10 years of marriage. The story of their relationship is told in two halves _ one from the male view, the other from the female view. The truth lies somewhere in between.
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When Ben and Rosie reach their 10-year wedding anniversary, they recognise things are not going well in their relationship. The story of their trial separation and their relationship is told in two halves - one from the male perspective, the other from the female, and often in flashbacks so the viewer can decide what really went wrong. Written by
I saw the first episode of this on late night Irish TV last night and I thought it was a bit quirky and not nearly as bad as the reviewer in 2003 seems to think it was.
There were some Tarantinoesque touches with the same scenes being revisited from different characters angles which I suppose would have been considered more clever if it was original, but this technique added a nice touch for a TV series.
Maybe RTE have consigned it to the graveyard shift for a reason, but then they tend to show 'Water Rats' at a similar hour and thats not the worst thing I've ever seen so I will certainly watch it some more to see how it develops!
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