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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
A gripping political drama June 27 2007
By E. Grey - Published on
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I was gripped by this all the way through. The acting is outstanding and the storyline never lapses into cliché, with plenty of plot twists to keep the viewer gripped. I was particularly impressed by the writing of Susannah Harker's character - a woman in a TV series that feels like a three-dimensional human being and not just a projection of a male fantasy, but all the characters are complex in the way they are written and portrayed. As well as the three leads - who are all excellent - there is equally impressive support from the likes of Connie Booth, Keith Allen, and Alexis Denisof.
20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Buy it; you'll like it June 21 2007
By Mary Sharon - Published on
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Because I liked all the actors in this, I bought it (pardon the pun) on blind faith, which the acting and story line more than justified. The plot was realistic The characters behaved as real human beings would -- sometimes venal, sometimes heroic. I thoroughly enjoyed this and thought it well worth the price.
8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Faith Nov. 13 2008
By Bennet Pomerantz - Published on
Format: DVD
For a three and a half hour drama, I was rivited. It is very British but it is topic as today's headlines

In the age of TMZ and cameras everything, this political thriller about a high ranking government official (Micheal Gambon) trying to hide his private life. His daughter (Susannah Harker) leaks his affair to the press and her boyfriend (John Hannah) being a memmber of the press. So where does the press stop and a private matter begin?

It is good piece of filmmaking. I wish an American production company would take note of this production

Bennet Pomerantz AUDIOWORLD
Once was enough. Sept. 26 2013
By Betty Garland - Published on
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I like to watch political based movies. Michael Gambon is great as usual. Supporting cast is so so. The plot was interesting but nothing really new . Not interesting enough for a second watching. House of Cards that's something I have watched several times and probably will again.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
starring ME Dec 31 2013
By larry browne - Published on
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It is a good program, but I only bought it because I'm actually in it, I'm the kidnapper with the moustache and the mac on.