Critic Consensus: With nonsensical writing and two-dimensional characters, White Heat fades away as another lackluster story utilizing tired time-period progression gimmicks.
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Milne turns each character into such a cipher it feels more like a game of Guess Who than a plausible dramatic conceit.
A bold, fabulously written (if at times overbearing) chronicle of the political and social changes which sweep through Britain beginning in the mid-1960s and which shaped - and in some cases, radically misshaped - a generation.
There's not much here that's genuinely novel, and for a show centered on twenty-somethings discovering the pleasures of the Sixties there's precious little joy to be found.
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