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"Gripping detective drama" --Daily Record (U.K.)
Welsh detective Noel Bain solves crimes his own way. He relies not on science or technology, but unerring instinct, keen intelligence, and a passion for defending the innocent. A workaholic widower, he also struggles to protect his teenage daughter, Hannah, from the world he knows too well--one filled with horrific murders, brutal sex crimes, and unrepentant villains.
Philip Madoc (The Last of the Mohicans, Doctor Who) is unforgettable as the brooding detective in this acclaimed drama. Set in a Wales more bleak than picturesque, the series has earned comparisons to Cracker and Inspector Morse for its gritty authenticity and strongly drawn characters. Guest stars in these feature-length mysteries include John Rhys-Davies (The Lord of the Rings) and Siân Phillips (I, Claudius).
DVD FEATURES INCLUDE director’s production notes and cast filmographies.
Poor production quality and sloppy writing with unsatisfying conclusions made for dull viewing. Sorry I bought it.Published 5 months ago by Ed Farnsworth
I bought it and then tried real hard to watch this show. I cannot say much good about this series. Acting is poor, filming is poor, story line is so, so boring and not realistic. Read morePublished 12 months ago by someoneouthere
I was hopeful that at Welsh crime drama would be engaging but this one is a little too dated for TV.Published 19 months ago by Tres Hermanas
I'm liking it quite well - it becomes a little twisted and drawn out at times and I forget where we are in the plot as I am unable to just sit and watch tv - with this series you... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Carol Drury
One always knows from the outset who the killer is, so it removes the series from the detective genre which is what I was expecting. Read morePublished on May 27, 2013 by Jean Bower
Like the series, but I think its a little slow going. More action would be good. Perhaps because its a bit dated now.Published on February 20, 2013 by Margo T. Brash
I am rarely disappointed by British detective productions, but this series is somewhat lacking. It is a a little bit "soapy" in apparently meandering through the life of... Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Jane Austen
From the melodic peruvian pipe type theme song to the stark and dark theme episodes...i really enjoyd this unusual ditty from Wales. Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by Mt.Ruby Plum