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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 October 2021
The 2006 film was soft 'hollywood' fun, easy dialogue, nice stunts and simple plot. This 2020 TV series is edgy, real, evolves fast from school to sober murder. The simple school life is quickly left behind for more credible, subtle, spy stuff with much more engaging narrative and understated serious dialogue. Mature thriller with slow, careful plot development and rich production values. There are only a few known faces but the cast is at the top of their game, carefully building depth to their characters. No gratuitous twists or wasted scenes but a good steady build up. It adds up to top class entertainment.

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