Given his aversion to the press, Michael Kitchen must have enjoyed participating in the satire, Hacks (2012), and skewering the business of intrusive celebrity tabloids.  He certainly succeeds in making Stanhope Feast, the arrogant, foul-mouthed, Rupert Murdoch-esque media baron that he plays, as unlikeable and offensive as possible. Here we see how Feast’s idea of father-son bonding differs slightly from Foyle’s!


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