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Strong piece of acting
27 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

As I only started to watch this enjoyable piece of TV drama when it was already more than halfway, I can't say very much about its contents. But I admired the strong acting of both the protagonists, Kevin Whateley and Richard Briers. Briers was maybe a little bit too "young" for his part and sometimes tended to slightly overdo things. But in general, it's becoming rare to watch TV drama of this quality on Flemish television nowadays. Before I started watching this, I had been sleeping on my couch, but I was immediately woken up and grabbed by the story. The climax the film was working to succeeded completely. It's a work that needs to be done by authentic top-class actors, which was really the case here.

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