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 ... See full summary »

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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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Don't push me, I'll jump...........
4 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Where do ITV get their script writers from? this could have been an amazing programme! you have Nigel Harman who's brooding good looks and athleticism could have been put to much better use,Brian Cox who is an amazing actor and who can be incredibly menacing when he needs to be, Colin Salmon who can cut a presence in pretty much any scene, and what did you get? dated, boring, drivel....... I haven't got a problem with ITV trying their "star" vehicles, but for pity's sake, use these people as actors rather than purely faces.

The amount of clichés in this - wife dead, daughter unavailable, dying twin sister, eternal life formula blah blah blah - just went to prove that - and I hate to say this being a brit - the Americans do this kind of drama so much better, where were the fight scenes? (counted a couple, not enough for an hour and a half), the graphics when Nathan was hanging out of the helicopter were terrible, and that stupid woman who played his partner? oh please!!!!!!!!!!! Not impressed,not impressed at all, in fact, my boyfriend was so bored by it he went to sleep!!


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