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Currently enjoying a well deserved rerun on UK tv; how refreshing it is to see a drama that doesn't need to resort to rape, murder, histrionics or sex every five minutes, and contains clear & audible dialogue without any mumbling or constant background music.
Public Eye works brilliantly, despite an often minimal plot, because the writing and acting are first class, certainly a good deal better than anything i've seen of late. Proof that less is more.
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