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naomi24 | 10:47 Mon 14th Jun 2021 | Media & TV
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Thirty-two minutes from the end of this three-parter I could bear it no longer. I read sparkling reviews of it - and wonderful actors Sean Bran and Stephen Graham are certainly a draw - but how draggy it is. With just over half an hour left I haven’t a clue where it’s going. I suspect nowhere. Should I bother to watch the rest?

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yes, I'd say so. Sean Bran is great, he looks and acts just like Sean Bean.
Thank goodness I'm not the only one, I turned it off after forty minutes and went to bed, to read.
...anyway is it Shawn Bawn or Seen Been?
Very disappointing. Tedious. Fed up with loads of hype about programmes that turn about to be mediocre.
....anyway, you should watch to the end.
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Oops! Sorry. Sean Bean.

I'm pleased it's not just me too, cashier.
//...anyway is it Shawn Bawn or Seen Been?//

and is he a has-been?
years ago any Jimmy McGovern production was a must see, sadly it doesn't appear to be the case now . . .

There are no great revelations in those last 30 mins, Naomi, and it all depends on what you were expecting to see. It is a good story, very well told and acted as you would expect from such a cast. Personally i thoroughly enjoyed it.
I think you did well. After all the hype about it I watched watched half an hour of the first episode and turned it off.
I knocked it on the head from seeing the trailer
I always find Stephen Graham to be such a small man but was able to overcome a big black man twice the size of him, so unbelievable.
This is one of the very few dramas that has me giving 100% attention and not fiddling on laptop at the same time. I've found it riveting and thought provoking right from the start, it seems so real (and desolate). I just want to give Sean Bean a big hug.
It's easy, JJ, you get retrained every year, and size is not a show of strength or power.

I enjoyed it.
watch it and do some knittingand an
it isnt slice of life oop t ' north
so as a drama it does have symmetry
and an ending
Steve Graham was voer in Hollywood and played Capone in Boardwalk Empire
and went home to West Kirby where he was beaten up in a pub....

his comment was: the townspeople cant tell between an actor and a gangster
I thought it was a pretty good study of two parallel storylines that run in opposite directions at the same time.
I thought it very good. Great actors.
A sad reflection on society.
Jimmy McGovern’s early series of Moving On were brilliant, but the latest ones weren’t so good.
I love it. Very gritty and almost unwatchable at times, but if a programme leaves me feeling I can't wait for the next one, then that to me is a sign of a good one. Sadly, there are only 3 episodes, so final one next week.

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