White Dragon (2018– )
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Episode #1.8 

The one question Jonah never thought he'd answer is finally resolved: did his marriage to Megan ever amount to anything more than a lie? And is the truth enough to lay his grief to rest?
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
John Simm ... Jonah
Anthony Chau-Sang Wong ... David Chen
Emilia Fox ... Sally Porter
Katie Leung ... Lau Chen
Rosalind Halstead ... Emma
Anthony Hayes ... Michael Cohen
Tim McInnerny ... Arthur Bach
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kae Alexander ... Becky
Harry Capehorn Harry Capehorn ... Paramedic
Raquel Cassidy ... Rachel Hargreaves
Thomas Chaanhing ... Felix Chong
Leslie Cho Leslie Cho ... Giselle Lam
Phoebe Chung Phoebe Chung ... TV Journalist
Allegra du Toit ... Mae Cohen
Vernon Fong Vernon Fong ... Officer In Charge
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The one question Jonah never thought he'd answer is finally resolved: did his marriage to Megan ever amount to anything more than a lie? And is the truth enough to lay his grief to rest?

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 February 2019 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong See more »

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Two Brothers Pictures See more »
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Color
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Decent, but could have been better.
31 March 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

I'm not sure how many dramas I'vee watched over the last few years that follow the same format slow opening, superb penultimate episode, and a slightly underwhelming finale. Strangers follows the exact same pattern, I suppose all the action happened in the previous episode.

There were definitely some highlights, and some unexpected moments, particularly the unveiling of the real criminal.

Very well acted, John Simm has been superb throughout. The last scene in Hong Kong I think helps define the true meaning of 'Strangers.'

I said at the beginning it would end in a wet London, and it did.

Good, but just fell a little short. 7/10


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