So much emotional impact in the touching of hands and a meaningful glance.

From an interview with Sophie Okonedo about Alibi in The Scotsman:

Okonedo says: “It was really good to work on and I particularly enjoyed working with Michael Kitchen – I’ve always thought he was brilliant. It was a very rewarding and creative experience and I feel very proud of it. So much of what’s on TV is formulaic and about people like doctors and nurses or lawyers and that can get a bit boring, but Alibi isn’t like that at all.”

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