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Dental Murder Plan
Nigel Edwards (zeppo-2) from United Kingdom
17 April 2007
Reasonable episode of this docu-drama series, the drawback always been
that you know well in advance how it will all turn out. As trail
details are laid out right at the start of the programme and also on
the sleeve notes on the DVD box. Still, it's satisfying knowing the
murderer will get his comeuppance in the end.
The acting is standard and adds to the documentary feel. As always
truth is always stranger than fiction as facts emerge as the story
Another slightly annoying drawback with all entries in this series is
the constant revising of events as the show progresses. I realise that
this is because of the many advert breaks when the programme was
originally shown on American television. But when seen in one unbroken
90 minutes, you do find yourself saying, "Yes, yes, I know all that
already,just get on with it!"
But overall, these are entertaining shows delving into the darker
recesses of the human condition. Since the only motive in this one is
that the dentist is so mediocre he has to supplement his income with
some other trade he was much better at, in this case, that turned out
to be contract killing.
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