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If you have enjoyed quality HBO drama then you recognise what makes a good series.
Like the British brother to the impeccable 'Oz', 'Buried' is sadly gonna end up exactly as its title suggests.
Tense, unpredictable, harsh, violent, and probably the best single piece of drama on British TV in the last 10 years. Ever piece of acting is flawless and from start to finish you care about the weak and revile those who exploit.
Poor viewing figures did for it but if ever it becomes available (or repeated even!) you will do no worse than attune yourself with the magnificent and sadly missed 'Buried'.
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