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Honour possesses a quiet authenticity that comes partly from Hawes - her performance is a study in controlled anguish - and partly from the way it was brought to television.
Although Honour does what it can to ramp up the jeopardy... in truth the procedural isn't tortuous enough to carry a police or courtroom drama
It was so delicately done. If there was horror, sorrow and respect were the more important things.
If it touches one police officer who will act differently in future, or one young woman who realizes she does not have to live in terror of her father, her uncle, her cousins, it has to be worth it. Doesn't it?
All concerned did so with the minimum of fuss but maximum poignancy. This was a drama that was not afraid to show where it stood and what it felt.
Honour is still a very good drama, but whether or not it assuages its critics' early fears remains to be seen.
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