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Plastic Man - The Complete Series [DVD] 
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Two-part ITV drama mini-series starring John Thaw as Joe McConnell, a highly respected, principled and charismatic NHS plastic surgeon who seems to have it all: a wonderful, supportive wife, three lovely children, a beautiful home and a fulfilling job to which he is passionately devoted. But Joe is plagued by the sense that something is missing from his perfect existence, and when attractive and feisty clinical psychologist Louise (Frances Barber) appears in his life, he becomes torn between his deep love for his wife and his all-consuming desire for his younger colleague.
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Perhaps they were so married to their respective roles that the humanity was compromised. Doctor, psychiatrist, housewife were defining roles, and at the end, we have a fallen-from-grace doctor, an sacrificial-lamb psychiatrist and injured housewife, but all the ins and outs of the story don't seem to have changed them much. This film runs more on symbolism than personal growth, and as such it lacked warmth and humanity. But it was a good story of a particular type, well told and superbly acted.
This is a good series but by no means spectacular and a change is, as they say, as good as a rest.
But after the first two episodes I did not find the characters at all engaging, I could not get interested in them at all.
Later in the episode, when his son dies, I found the following scenes lacking authenticity. It was as if he had lost a pet dog or a cat - not his son. He did not seem to grieve at all after the first impact.
The various sub-plots were rather laboured and predictable - dialogue not too good either.
A very mediocre series.
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Good film. Fine acting by John Thaw, Sorcha Cusack and Frances Barber.Published 8 months ago by Andy
Speedy delivery, John Thaw is very good in this. Good quality filming.Published 18 months ago by suz