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Claude Truffaut
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Nathan Hyde
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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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Nigel Harman Festival...AT LAST
3 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If you absolutely adore Nigel Harman this is so for you, I am one of those people and from the moment he came jogging onto the screen in tracksuits, a nuclear war couldn't make me turn the TV off. The whole programme is well acted though and has some skill shots incidenlty whoever decided to dress Harman in black and leather and hoodies and suits all the way through deserves a medal!

The plot however has so many holes it is ridiculous, seriously nothing is explained to you and the script is hardly skillful and the fact that it was made for drama shows in it's feeble attempts at CGI.

Whoever wrote the script though had obviously been up all night watching pirated copies of James Bond and the Da Vinci Code though, it is a truellly shockingly bad script. I also have no idea why they got Brian Cox in for perhaps a day's filming?! Cut some of the ridiculous close ups of the 'baddie's knowing smiles' and give us some more of him!!

However I am glad I watched it and will try to again, it's a lot of fun if you can somehow block out the plot and just enjoy


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