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this is fantastic, deeply moving and wonderfully acted it displays everything which is good about british drama. the only slight concerns was the handling of the deteriorating relationship between sadie and richie which i felt could have been developed a little further. kate ashfield is splendid as sadie though, a particular highlight being not her despair at the sickness of her child but the scene in whihc she skips down the corridor after hearing positive news about her baby. altogether fantastic. though every time i see david morrisey now i just think of gordon brown. sorry
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