The Confession (TV Mini-Series 2011)

TV Mini-Series   |  Not Rated   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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A tale of unique redemption, and an exploration of good and evil featuring a hitman and a Priest.


7.7/10
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  • Kiefer Sutherland and Patrick Brana in "The Confession" (Directed by Brad Mirman)
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31 May 2016 | Seth_Rogue_One
5
| The Confession (2011) vs The Confession (2011)
If you search for 'The Confession (2011)' on here you will find that there is actually two hits for that, and both with the same poster and actors, director etc.

The difference is one is listed as a TV-series and one as a movie.

So what differs the 2? Well, not that much in fact nothing from what I've gathered you see 'The Confession (2011)' was originally a 10 part web-series with each episode being 6 minutes long and this movie is merely all 10 parts put together.

Now the good news is that the flow between the parts is pretty effortless, in fact I was a bit surprised when it turned out to be the case (regarding the movie being a 10 part series).

So yeah it works fine as a 1 hour long movie.

The only reason I gave it a 5 (I was debating whether or not it was worth a 6 or not) is because there were moments where I lost interest a little bit and the (meant to be) powerful ending wasn't all that gripping to me.

That said the acting is fine (although tbh at times it felt like Kiefer Sutherland was playing Jack Bauer and not a completely different character), it's mainly a character-study drama of a hit-man but it has some moments of suspense as well, some flashbacks and stuff.

So nothing amazing but if you're a huge fan of Kiefer Sutherland and John Hurt I'd say it could be worth a look.

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