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What a waste (minor side spoilers)
The concept is sound and interesting. The execution was not. The movie spent more time building up to the actual work than it did with the results. We see over 50mins of Martin kidnapping victims and hiding them away. The end result? We get less than 30mins of the actual surgery and to see the results.
Shooting the movie in black and white didn't help either. We lose the effect of the gore during the surgery and several grisly murders that precede it.
The farting sounds during an obvious moment after surgery was almost comical. The movie suggesting that Martin masturbated with a paper envelope was a stretch as well.
A real waste and a letdown from the first movie.
Once again, the BBC is at it with yet another "documentary" that combines real footage with dramatizations and re-creations. The actual footage is nothing new and as been seen time and time again. The fake "footage" is just offensive. It's B-rate acting with mediocre sets. It assumes the viewer has zero imagination and requires every single thing to be "re-created" on screen.
This show represents the worst of two worlds. It can't provide actual footage of the event (inside the twin towers) and can't spend the money required to recreate the event. The end result is just an average "documentary" with some poorly-shot dramatizations. Why we need these fake shots is beyond me. Anybody with an imagination could easily visualize scenes without these awful dramatizations.
The only interesting part of this show (I can't call it a documentary with a straight face) is the REAL people talking about the events. Their stories are interesting and emotional.
Chris Noth narrates this train wreck. His voice is sorely wasted on this abysmal "performance."