A gushing review from the Daily Express critic who hopefully has a strong stomach:

…what marked this out as top-notch drama was Kitchen’s utterly compelling turn as the silky-smooth rogue who has lost sight of where truth ends and con begins. “Don’t you trust me?” he asked anyone who showed signs of doubting him, making big spaniel eyes.  It made them melt every time, and if he isn’t nominated for a Bafta, I’ll eat my keyboard.

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