Mark Hawkins is a computer programmer for a large bank. In his spare time he's secretly played the stock markets without suspicion, but alarm bells start ringing when Martha Fredricks is brought in ...
Sir Wilfred Grafton is Chairman of the board of his own company, on that board sits his own son Toby, who's attempting to remove his father. Toby introduces Karen, his Fiancee to Sir Wilfred, she's ...
A difficult series to grade overall as the episodes are so varied. A shame it only lasted the single series as there was definitely potential with this format. Each story had a sting in the tale, a twist, each certainly kept you guessing right up until the very end. The high point was definitely Crimes of Persuasion, a brilliantly written and acted story, so much going on, two hugely charismatic lead actors in Susan Engel and Anthony Bate, the low point sadly being the finale Truth or Consequence which I found a little flat and quite confusing.
Those opening credits so 1970's, random shots of 2 Scorpions with an attempted sinister music. They aren't the best it's fair to say.
All the stories are worth a look, and each keeps you guessing, I would recommend, if only to see Crimes of Persuasion. 7/10
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