After the harrowing exploits of the previous episode this felt like a journey back to reality. Serves as a plot builder more then anything else, with character motives and behaviours coming more. The switch up has been incredible since the opening episodes, and again despite the numerous fantastic performances, it's one again Rhodri Meilir that's stealing the show, he is just brilliant, I've seen him in a few things, My Family most memorably, but he's left me speechless in this. Plenty of subtleties, so you need to keep watching, or you'll miss vital things. It's credit to the producers that there's been no mid series lull. Caltivating storyline, 8/10
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this