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This is a mini-series with terrible dialog, horrible acting, bad casting. The only accents that sound remotely like they should are the Irish ones. The plot is a not uncommon one of big pharma company hiding the horrible things they do. Each episode is painful to watch as the poor dialog constantly grates on your nerves and the fake accents are just very egregious to your ears! The whole 6 episodes could have been easily done as a full feature film. My guess is this was bankrolled by a streaming channel anxious to build up content. They really should have been more discriminating however as rubbish series like this have limited appeal.
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