Not available. Reports are that this is finely acted, particularly by Kenneth
Cranham - a man on the cusp of Alzheimer's Disease. The support he is given by
Claire Skinner, Rebecca Charles, and particularly Jim Sturgeon is also noted,
people who populate an increasingly disjointed existence.
Miriam Buether’s scenic design and James Macdonald’s production are also
praised, the latter for keeping the pace controlled despite the requirement to
keep cutting scenes and take long black periods between.
A few professional reviewers find this a little to clinical, as style
sometimes creeps in ahead of substance, but in the main it is involving, and
nobody remains unmoved by the final sequence. Almost unmissable, seems to be the