Follows the life of transgender contract killer Mia, who travels to West Yorkshire to seek out her ex girlfriend.

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2012  
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Follows the life of transgender contract killer Mia, who travels to West Yorkshire to seek out her ex girlfriend.

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Rúzs és vér  »

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Chloe Sevigny caused controversy after she left Manchester, where the series was shot. She said the city was a "grim place", where it "rained every day" and that it was "full of chavs". She claimed that the place was very mainstream, "where they all go out wearing their huge fake Louboutins hoping to bag a footballer." She also stated that English cities were full of drunks and that there had been a "weird confrontational vibe" in the air ever since she visited London in the 1990's. See more »

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It doesn't get better than this!
3 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Better than 10. Concept is rather startling but is executed well. Not cartoonish at all.

The plot mainly plays on the premise, but has some intricacies. The story doesn't seem finished - they might have envisioned more episodes.

The acting is finely done. Chloë Sevigny is incredible playing the sexiest, and most believable, trans-gender I've ever seen on screen. Karla Crome is good, too. I like her as Riley better than the "Misfit" Jess. Peter Wight is a great Eddie. Jonas Armstrong's Ben character is inconsistently drawn - he grated on me several times - but well acted. The children do a great job (probably aided by directing and editing.)

All in all: incomplete but one of the best shows ever made.


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