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I May Destroy You
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Such a great show! Excellent from beginning to end. Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw did such a great job.
A well-made TV serial on a truly engrossing political character. Hugh Grant's performance is his finest ever. Whishaw is almost equally powerful and good. It also helps that the serial is wrapped up in three hours - extremely tightly wound and well-edited.
Great acting, amusing characters.
Breathtaking brilliant work by all concerned. And proves once again that Russel T Davies is a genius.
Astonishingly good acting and a stranger-than-fiction tale that will make you by turns laugh, cringe and cry.
De lo mejor que vi en 2018.
Very well directed, in a very English style. I did not expect less from Frears.
wonderful depiction of the challenges faced by gay men
An evocative portrayal of 1970s Britain, Whishaw and Grant dazzle in this examination of what lies behind that murky smokescreen of British politics.
Well paced and interesting drama with great acting from Hugh Grant and his lover. It's a nice size too, 3 x 1 hour episodes. Quirky story, very British and good fun.