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The overall tone also has you sort of on edge, as to whether, Tony himself would ever cross over from helper to killer.
The crimes are horrific, sometimes involving children, almost always patterned on deviant behavior and the suspects are almost always very disturbed individuals.
Realistic without being depressing, Violent without becoming nauseous, I would reccommend the Wire in the Blood series to any crime drama buff.
One of the best episodes cause Hermione Harris played the detective inspector Tony Hill works with and they work well together.Published 26 days ago by Carolynn Kay
This series is very well written and keeps me attached to the story and all its manners of depecting this world..I really enjoy this series a lotPublished 2 months ago by Russell C. Peterson
What I could understand of the dialog certainly reinforced the notion that this is a fine drama, with superior leads. Read morePublished 14 months ago by drkhimxz
Writing and story line are very good. However, stories are a bit too violent for me. There are scenes that are too filled with blood and gore.Published 15 months ago by Paul Burns
I love Robson Green but I was not familiar with this series. The production quality is good - the sound level is consistent - don't have to keep turning it up and then down to hear... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jamie L. White
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Prime suspect with Helen Mirren has subtitles (the region 2 DVDs). Many of the Poirot´s movies, especially the 4st, 5th and 6th have subtitles for the hard of hearing. An old British mystery serie but very, very good and with the additional bonus of subtitles is Cadfael with Sir Derek Jacobi,... Read More
Apr 10, 2012 by Deniza Futuro | See all 2 posts
For people who are hard of hearing, subtitles and/or closed captioning can make the difference between understanding what's going on and missing key points. This is especially true with movies/tv where the plot is largely moved ahead in dialog.
Repeating the original question - is the DVD set... Read More
Dec 15, 2010 by Michael P. Foley | See all 5 posts