Friday, January 27, 2023

5-chapter miniseries with Marvel actor that hit Netflix

Netflix just released a fascinating miniseries of 5 episodes which serves as the perfect plan for the end of the year for the lovers of action and espionage.

This is the thriller “Betrayal” starring Charlie Cox, who has already shone in Marvel productions in the role of Daredevil.

In this case, the actor plays Adam, a man working for the British Intelligence Service who is suddenly promoted because of a one-time incident. In the midst of it all, a Russian spy will start the conflict.

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Adam Lawrence’s career, with MI6 training and education, seemed assured. But a reunion with Kara, a Russian spy with whom he shares a complicated past, forces him to question everything and everyone in his life. compels to,” carries on the official summary.

And it expands: “Soon a triangular relationship forms between Kara, Adam, and his wife, Maddie; three men who try to uncover each other’s secrets while clinging to their personal lives and loved ones. navigate various political and diplomatic relations”.

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The series was directed by Lewis Hooper and Sarah O’Gorman, while the scripts were in charge of Matt Charma. The cast includes Olga Kurylenko, Ciaran Hinds, Avital Lvova, Kevin Harvey, Oona Chaplin, Joe Macaulay, Beau Gadsden, Samuel Leakey and Adam James.

Critics of experts regarding the series were varied: some saw it as a compelling story to watch and others called it forgettable.

Jasper Rees described it for The Telegraph as “wacky, half-serious and very funny,” while John Bell at CBR questioned: “It doesn’t give its cast much to work with in this frankly scandalous spy story. “

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