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Mark Lewis Jones
Just wasted two hours of my life watching this made for TV two parter.To start with the lead character was unconvincing and her motivations unclear.The story was muddled and the whole conclusion seemed rushed and truncated. The Eastern Europeans were two dimensional stereotypes which bordered on racist. I was hoping for something akin to 'Code of a Killer' or 'Safe House' dramas made by the terrestrial UK channels, however this Sky production shows they still are way behind when it comes to drama. I thought Mark Lewis Jones and Michael Smiley did their best with a very sub par script. Other than that it was a very forgettable experience.
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