Is it really?
The new four-part drama on Channel 4 received substantial attention before the first episode went on air. This was not only due to the rather sensitive issues of trauma, loss and grief. It initially caught my attention because it had been described as "slow". This was the case at least for the first episode, and I thought that the whole series was supposed to use a pace different to the one we're used to see on television . . .
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