I have but one thing to say for Xaris Miller- she was an excellent actress in this series. She brought an authentically fresh and clever independence to the character of Eugenie. Although I've only seen about half the series, and not in the proper order, I can truthfully say that this ranks with all the great mystery series of the Nineties. It's brilliant!
The music, some fantastic techno stuff, punctures the suspense of the action scenes, for example in today's episode when Eugenie and her friend Warwick were on the run from two crooks. Unlike other scenes of the type, instead of clouding the action the music accentuates it, heightening the tension and providing something for us to enjoy along with the story.
The series is realistic and addictive. It's simple to understand but certainly not simplistic, endowing the viewers with twists and surprises at every turn. Eugenie is a real character, complex and full of life and is written well, having real chemistry with Warwick (also a favourite, but none can compare with the title character). I love this series!
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