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"Top notch" —Liverpool Daily Post (U.K.)
Maeve (Dervla Kirwan, Ballykissangel) and Mark (Stephen Tompkinson, Wild at Heart) meet in London under unusual circumstances: both are recently deceased. Maeve was killed by a hit-and-run driver, and Mark died during a routine surgery while his wife was giving birth to their son. The two mismatched souls find themselves still in this world, thrown together in a weird and wonderful afterlife.
This touching and gently humorous British drama explores what it means to have a chance to help—or hinder—those left behind. Maeve’s lover wasn’t just cheating on his wife; he was also cheating on Maeve. Mark was happily married, but he left his wife and children penniless. In this afterlife, the dead can’t talk to those they knew when alive, but they can speak freely with strangers. Will Maeve and Mark be able to right past wrongs and repair relationships? What will they learn about each other, and themselves?
Seen on public television, this poignant drama also stars Peter O’Brien (Queer as Folk), David Bradley (Harry Potter), and Callum Blue (Dead Like Me).
I love The Two of them Together they are good Actors , But Not in This Movie.
it isn't What I expected , it's kind of a weird movie. Read more
Since viewing the entire season of Balleykissangel, I was thrilled to find Shades. My two favorite actors coming together again in something else. Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by Sandra Farber
This isn't going to win any award but it was light entertaiment on an otherwise boring evening. The story line was good as was the actors.Published on July 19, 2012 by Zann
This is an excellent UK tv series. It alternates between comedy and poignant situations. This is very inventive as the creator comes up with rules for this being dead yet walking... Read morePublished on June 22, 2012 by carol irvin