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Nine surviving hostages from a spectacular bank hold-up meet regularly. The memories keep haunting them, in flash-backs slowly revealing that story. Two surviving perpetrators in jail, brothers, and the police, including survivor Nick, also remain focused on its aftermath, which keeps affecting all of them, their loved ones, colleagues etcetera. Written by
It wasn't a "crative" or "innovative" show. Rather it was a show that tried ever so hard to clothe itself in the trappings of the current bad-directing-as-hype nonsense.
Apparently, if you direct a show as badly as you possibly can by playing with your zoom and shaking the camera you're supposed to be "hip", "edgy", "real" and whatever buzzword is cool that particular day.
Of course, shooting a show in that way is nothing but pseudo-intellectual self-gratification of the worse order.
One had to feel bad for Tim Daly, who is a wonderful actor who deserved the excellent EYES to be a success. Sadly, he had to waste his time on that waste of film.
It won't be missed... at all!
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