“A chilling account of the atrocity and subsequent police investigation”


Hunting the Essex Lorry Killers, BBC2

“It gave a chilling account of the atrocity and subsequent police investigation – but one that, frustratingly, told only part of the story.”
Gwendolyn Smith, The i

“The reputation of British policing is at a low point in the wake of the Wayne Couzens case, but it is worth reminding ourselves that there are good people out there working tirelessly on cases such as this.”
Anita Singh, The Telegraph

”It was another example of how CCTV is not just a godlike gift to detectives, but also to documentary-makers.”
Carol Midgley, The Times

Reservation Dogs, Disney +

“The writing is smart and can be funny but the desire to be offbeat makes it feel too forced (a pair of rapping twins in particular). Despite its throwback references, the script feels very specific to now: “No one’s following,” says Bear, after a high speed getaway. “Just like his Insta,” adds Elora. If I was younger, I’d probably love it.”
Anita Singh, The Telegraph

“Reservation Dogs is able to lay waste stylishly to centuries of myth and misrepresentation due to one simple, crucial, innovation: almost everyone involved in the production is a Native American, offering a perspective which never panders to the often-fetishising gaze of outsiders.”
Ellen E Jones, The Guardian

”Finally some dialogue that nails it from the rather shonky Hollington Drive. Fraser (Rhashan Stone) called Helen-with-the-baddie-bob a “manipulative, preening bitch”. And you can’t argue with that. Helen (Rachael Stirling) looks as though she’s just rolled off a robot production line in the backroom of Boden.” 
Carol Midgley, The Times