It was touching, quiet and beautiful to inhabit the world of these few people. The direction was charming and delicate. It was just a wonderful short series. The best Television has to offer really. Ms. Catrall Is wonderful and beautiful to see her act and interact with the finely tuned script. Parts of the series are exceedingly amusing contrasted with a dark sadness inside it all...the wonderful neurotic part played by Don McKellar was perfect. It felt like Toronto as it ought to but this was a subliminal feeling that only those familiar with the place would pick up. Really, it had a sensibility that was not American but it is hard to define just what that was.it was comfortable and like a pearl through to its end after six episodes. The hilarity of the hypochondriacal husband tweaked by the semi quack doctor was unforgettable.and the contrast between the serious and sublime quiet yearning of Catrall and her very flappable yet sympathetic husband was great.
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