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Kevin Jones arrives at Blackstream prison beaten, bruised, and suffering from brain damage-a state he wasn't in at his sentencing. Something happened to Kevin during his transfer, and though the prison psychologist tries to help him remember...he can't. But someone at the prison knows Kevin's secrets; and when they meet, a deadly war will be ignited, thrusting the entire prison into a battle of hate and revenge...
very interesting prison drama, with strong stories, and many great character portrayals.
It is mature and often ugly, realistic and very surprising for television. The lead characters generously share the glory as other stories come to the forefront, and are true to themselves - the ending is honest and atypical for North American audiences.
It is impossible to take your eyes off of Deborah and Hugh, they are so good together.
I wonder if the series continued without the presence of Hugh Jackman?
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