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The mysterious Nathan Hyde is lured out of hiding by the glamorous Erica, a reluctant employee of a global organisation known as The Establishment. Hyde's particular skills are required to recover a priceless Rubens painting stolen from the Catholic Church, but his assistance is only secured when his daughter's safety is assured. Written by Anonymous

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Bourne + DaVinci = Unintentionally hilarious spy thriller
3 October 2006 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Oh dear. Britain's main commercial channel, ITV, have yet again thrown a load of money at another star vehicle that has gone down in hilarious flames. Ex-Eastender Nigel Harman (good look, shame about the voice) stars as an ex-spy now running a lobster restaurant who is re-recruited by his shadowy former employers to steal a painting that's got some kind of formula on it (the usual kind you can only see under ultraviolet light). Brian Cox texts in his performance as the head of the agency - clearly all his scenes were shot in one day as he probably needed a new kitchen or something.

What else is there to say? It's badly made, clumsily written, flatly directed trash. ITV are clearly testing this out to see if they can get a series which, trust me, they shouldn't. ITV need to take a page out of the Beeb's books and stop making crap star vehicles and develop ideas into decent scripts and THEN hire the actors.


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