A seemingly cold but very passionate policewoman goes head to head with a seemingly passionate father who is in fact a cold serialist in this procedural out of Belfast. The only thing they share is their common complexity.
Follows the story of a young woman who commits a horrific act of violence and rage, and to her surprise, has no idea why. The investigator who becomes obsessed with the case is determined to dig into her past and figure out why this is happening.
Many people seem to have an issue with the second series. "It's too slow. Nothing happens. The team does not know where to go."
For me, these negative reviews tell me more about the reviewers than about the series. So what if a series is slow? Don't you have any patience? Do you really want artificial action and GoT tension in every minute of every episode? Have you ever read a book???
Yes! The series starts of slow with the viewer seemingly knowing everything there is to know. And then it slowly unwinds, throwing us of balance every time we think we know what is - and was - going on.
Some actors do a great job, some do a bit less than that. Just like in any other series or movie. That is just the way it is.
The viewer has to want to watch the series. What the hell is wrong with that?
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