Foyle's War: Fifty Ships: Michael Kitchen upward gaze closeup

bplutchak said:

Fifty Ships. My very favorite episode. The man is uncompromising even when he must compromise for the good of the nation. It seems unusual in television these days to have complicated, absolutely moral characters.  What kind of failure of imagination leads us to protagonist after protagonist that ranges only from evil to deeply flawed?  Kudos to Mr. Horowitz and our dear MK.

Kudos indeed.

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