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An excellent thriller, time well-spent and a production of which ITV should feel proud
"Wired" is a taut, well-written, well-acted thriller guided by a strong director. The star and lead actress, Jodie Whitaker, has delivered a particularly powerful, consistent and believable performance. She is a very attractive and engaging talent who very definitely deserves richer and more frequent opportunities to shine. Ms. Whitaker not only held her own with the likes of her co-stars, Laurence Fox and Toby Stephens, but even occasionally showed glimmers of upstaging them. The previous commenter from the UK (???23) could not possibly have been more wrong or misleading in the misguided bad notice they posted here in January of 2009! So astoundingly far from the truth was that unwarranted rant, that it appears sufficiently suspect to make one wonder as to whether the true source and motivation might be that of a rival network or production company! "Wired" is a not quite a 5-star masterpiece and may not have been worthy of BAFTA's, but it is an excellent thriller, time well-spent and a production of which ITV should feel proud.
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