London Kills

London Kills

Series 1

DVD - 2019
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Veteran DI David Bradford heads an elite murder squad, but he's been on leave following the unexplained disappearance of his wife. In his absence, ambitious DS Vivienne Cole has been leading the investigations, and when Bradford returns to work, the two clash over their methods. Despite the tension, Bradford and Cole strive to solve complex crimes. The only case David can't crack is the most personal to him until one of their investigations uncovers evidence linked to his missing wife.
Publisher: [Silver Springs, Maryland] :, Acorn Media,, [2019]
Edition: DVD.
Branch Call Number: DVD FICTION LON series 1
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (238 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in.
Dolby digital 5.1
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Mar 02, 2020

It is a different type of cop drama - filmed in semi-documentary mode so to speak. Someone might find it too slow or boring, but I disagree with it. The acting and locations are great. I just have a bit of a problem with reality shown around there. The main DI - Hugo Speer character lives in high rise luxurious and spacious apartment in a posh district of London. I wonder how much does it really cost and, if as cop with a wife working as social worker they would be able
to afford it at all. Another thing, annoying a bit is the relationship developed between the assistant detective and the witness - thing that is absolutely against the of code of conduct. Too much cliché in painting her as such naïve person could be irritating.
I pay attention to those details and therefore I can rate it only 4 out of 5. Overall - interesting and good to watch.

Jan 28, 2020

Well done series, with interesting and not-perfect main characters.

Jan 25, 2020

Usually, the British put out a very high quality crime show. This wasn't one of them. Very boring.

Jan 04, 2020

After watching "Line of Duty" and "Scott and Bailey", I found this series to be rather boring.

Dec 12, 2019

Watching this makes one long for the days of Prime Suspect calibre. I like Sharon Small so often chose things she is in. She is well known for playing Barbara Havers of the Linley series. Her film of 2004 Dear Frankie made me a fan, plus I like the soft Kirkcaldy accent. Billie character was good. Overall, I was disappointed in every way.

Sep 24, 2019

Just another cop show about "mean streets". Just not my type of show I guess.

Sep 07, 2019

As far as British cop shows go this one is a real disappointment. The acting was wooden, the characters were boring and the stories were dull. I know people will still want to see it but if you read this you can't say you weren't warned.

Sep 02, 2019

Another really good British cop series, this time from Acorn rather than BBC. Lots of new faces for me. The series was credited with being created by 1 person but I think different people wrote each of the individual episodes. The production was much like the series "Suspects" if you have seen that one. It is just different in some way without me being able to explain it. An earlier reviewer said it was documentary-style and I guess maybe that is it. It has some twists, some turns, some stories completed, and some dead-ends with the main story left unsolved. That sets up Season 2 nicely. I look forward to it.

Aug 25, 2019

I, for one, am glad to have found another Brit series! On the edge of the seat, with constant change of mind for the viewer as to who did it...I recommend this one!!!!
Oh yes...I am a Sharon Small and Hugo Speer fan as well.

Jul 17, 2019

Matter-of-fact Brit crime series shot in documentary style (no special lighting), with new murders to solve each episode. The crime team members all have their personalities which sometimes clash, but overall it's well-written and acted. There is a serial thread going through the series of lead DCI Bradford's wife who's been missing for 3 months.

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