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"Superb" --The Mirror (U.K.)
Former special-forces operative John Neil (Dennis Waterman, New Tricks, The Sweeney) remains on call for the brass at Britain’s security services. Whether taking on Irish terrorists, tracking down professional assassins, or pitting his wits against ruthless drug dealers, the ex-SAS man harbors no illusions about the work he’s doing--or the people he serves. He faces down deadly adversaries as well as devious bosses who keep him on a need-to-know basis, forcing Neil to rely on his instincts and his training in a world of betrayal, danger, and deceit.
Top British actors guest star in these four feature-length dramas, including Derek Jacobi (I, Claudius), John Hannah (The Mummy), Peter Vaughan (The Remains of the Day), Kate Buffery (Trial & Retribution), Clare Higgins (Silent Witness), and Leo McKern (Rumpole of the Bailey).
Bought this primarily because I enjoy Dennis Waterman so much in the New Tricks series. But this is a dark and violent product and doesn't show him in his best roles. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Tom
Sometimes moved a little slow for me. I expected Dennis Waterman to be more like the Dennis Waterman in New Tricks.Published on June 27, 2013 by Christy A. Forkenbrock
It is hard for anything with Dennis Waterman in it to be lousy. His character here is rather more serious than in other shows (such as The Minder or New Tricks). Read morePublished on June 22, 2013 by Picky traveler
Don't be confused with the release date of 2011, this series dates to 1995, and it shows.
Yes, there are many individuals in the series whose names and faces you will... Read more
Are we Jaded? Rate this product. . . We EXPECT what we purchases to BE. To work without difficulty, without oops, without interruptions, to provide the intended use. Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by halh
Dennis Waterman is an excellent actor and Circles of Deceit is very well done. The story lines are interesting and I was impressed by the acting capabilities of all performers... Read morePublished on April 3, 2013 by Julie Elliott