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Gunrush I thought was a brilliant drama from ITV. It tells the heart-rending story of a bereaved father, who sets out to find the murder weapon that killed his daughter. The photography was spot on, and there were a lot of tense and sad moments. Timothy Spall and Deborah Findley are exceptional as the grieving parents, who deal with the horror of losing their daughter in a pointless act of bravado. The direction was fine too, and there is also an intriguing parallel story with the gunman. The script was on the most part superb, in fact the only disappointing aspect of this otherwise brilliant drama was the ending, it is probably just me, but I felt they could have done more with it. Overall, a truly wonderful drama, that is up there with BBC's Occupation as one of the best TV dramas of recent times. 9/10 Bethany Cox
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