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Spooks - BBC Series 6 (New Packaging) [DVD]
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All 10 episodes from the sixth series of the BBC's political espionage drama following a team of officers in MI5. In this series the stakes are higher than ever for Adam (Rupert Penry-Jones), Harry (Peter Firth) and the team as growing mistrust between the British, American and Iranian Governments culminates in a series of high-risk operations at home, pushing the Section to its very limits. As Iran's race to become a nuclear power impacts on British and American security, the distinction between friend and foe becomes ever more blurred.
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This series takes different approach to those in the past - the story line is continuous, as opposed to self-contained episodes in the past. However the meaning of each episode is cumulative and so to understand what is happening in a current episode one has to have a good memory of what had happened in previous ones. This does create extra complexity, which for me is great, but could be irritating for others.
The major flaw in this series is that in an attempt to appeal to a wider audience, there is a greater emphasis on thrills and spills which sacrifices script quality and leads to very implausible situations and cliche endings. For example, in one episode Adam Carter is ordered to carry out "soft" surveillance on a subject going into a store. He does this by standing outside its front window, looking inside, with ear-piece in full-view. A 10 year-old could figure out this is not good spying! In terms of cliche, in one episode Harry does a lot of illegal things but is able to keep his job by turning up some dirty stuff on the Home Secretary - hardly original or exciting.
I loved previous series for intelligent script-writing, the raising of complicated problems with no easy answers, and presenting ethical dilemmas, again with no easy solutions. A lot of this has been lost in the search of thrills. The programme continues to be very enjoyable to watch, but I hope the producers reverse the latest trend in the upcoming series if they don't want the programme to become just like any other ho-hum thriller that does not require an IQ to watch.
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Ive got the whole series of this and have watched it a many a times.Published 6 months ago by Marie
Bloody brilliant in all facets! Love this! Recommend it! Buy it!Published 11 months ago by jamie russell