In this intense 6-part psychological thriller, a smart and capable teacher, Laura Nielson (Joanne Froggert, DOWNTON ABBEY), is set up on a date with recently widowed surgeon Andrew Earlham (Ioan Gruffard). However, the next day it appears something has gone terribly wrong, and the subsequent fallout rapidly spirals out of control, exposing the power of truth, deception and trust.
1. The Date
Laura is set up with Andrew, a father of one of her students. They enjoy a lovely first date, but the next day, accusations begin to circulate.
2. I Know You're Lying
Andrew tries to push the situation with Laura to the back of his mind until Luke forces him to confront the accusations made against him.
3. White Rabbit
A man from Laura’s past visits Andrew and reveals some powerful information about Laura. Laura realizes she must turn to Andrew for help.
Determined, Laura travels to Edinburgh to uncover the truth behind Andrew’s wife’s death, but finds more than she bargained for.
5. Check Mate
Laura’s resolve to bring Andrew to justice deepens as she enlists Tom’s help. A deception in Laura’s personal life leaves her with no one to turn to.
This is a classic example of fabulous British drama. It captivates you from the first few minutes. The directing is wonderful and as a fellow Brit I am always proud of Joanne Froggets performance. She is an amazing actress teamed together with a strong cast this is Definitely worth watching.
The movie starts off slowly and positions Laura’s credibility being questionable. Keep watching!
The characters were well limbed, humanly fallible. The suspense rose steadily and from the first episode and the parts were well acted and believable. Individual viewers will decide if justice was served.
I thought the acting was excellent. I was confused at the end though. If this guy is dead the next season won’t be great because he was an awesome bad guy.
I really enjoyed this series