"Foyle's war" is, in my opinion, one of the best detective shows. It proves the talent of Jeremy Silberston, Anthony Horowitz and Jim Parker, who are also the authors of the fantastically wonderful Midsomer Murders. The show started with a fairly solid, if overly predictable "The German Woman", and "White Feather" is even better than the pilot, perfectly continues and complements it and is one of the best, darkest and chicest episodes of the show. The only drawback, in my opinion, is the motive, which was not sufficiently serious and weighty, or at least did not convince me. But otherwise, this episode of the show is just great. The plot is exciting, intriguing and very interesting, with one of the most unexpected endings of the show. Charles Dance brilliantly plays the most disgusting Guy Spencer, all the other guest actors are also good. But the main advantage of the episode is the smart, brilliant performance of Anthony Howell and I was very touched and impressed by Milner's line in this episode.
In conclusion, a great episode and even better than the previous one. 10/10