5 out of 5 people found the following review useful:
Thought it was deep and interesting.
tjafari from United States
17 January 2005
Now this Murphy fellow is a likable guy with lots of flaws. This
episode has good character development sort of reminds me of Once Upon
a Time in America. The gang from the beginning acts like bullies and
continue to do just that all the way through. It is the much used right
versus bad plot, but keeps you on your feet all the way through. All of
the episodes I've seen seem to have the same quality. Murphy is a bit
of a wolf and it endears him to the watcher. James Nesbitt is more than
fabulous in this role and I believe does quite a bit a British TV as
well as movies. His presence and delivery are great even though
sometime a bit hard to understand. After he cracks a smile or two you
forget you didn't understand what he said.
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