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I waited with anticipation to this production. All the post hype accolades, told me it was a must see. I had to watch the first episode twice, yes twice to understand the intricately but complexing weaved story of its characters.
I m not a fan of the background/ music/score if you can call it any of those. The costuming and photography are outstanding, though I question Mrs Appleyards Sunglasses. Did they actually have sunglasses then?
I am hoping it will all develop a bit more and I can stick with it.
Now 3 Episodes in and I cannot watch it any more. The story line does not flow its all over the shop to follow. Very disappointing.
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