Messiah: The Harrowing (TV Mini Series 2005)

TV Mini-Series   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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Red Metcalfe's analytical skills are stretched to the limit as he tries to fathom the workings of the mind of a killer determined to create their own Hell.


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Writer:

Boris Starling (creator)

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30 August 2005 | paul-1535
6
| On the edge, then over the edge.
Plus point - The excellent storyline, although not exactly original, keeps you in suspense the whole way through (not surprising given that it's a thriller after all) and it's highly unlikely you'll guess the ending until it arrives. Minus points - the ending is somewhat of an anti-climax and appears rushed. Ken Scott, while generally excellent as the lead character, does have a tendency to over-do it on a couple of occasions. This is the first Messiah I've seen and all-in-all, not a bad way to wind down in the evening, but unless you're a keen fan (the sort who reviews a mini-series before the last episode say), I wouldn't make a big effort to catch a repeat.

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Release Date:

28 August 2005

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA, UK

Filming Locations

London, England, UK

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