Your comments & theories on episode 2:
"Sheer and absolute brilliance. Convoluted, intriguing plot, superb characterisation, enough to play into your darkest suspicions. A week is far too long to wait for the next episode."
"The plot is probably five to ten years ahead of its time. The acting is wonderful and the casting is great."
"Having read previous reviews, I was disappointed by the lack of 'open mouthed kissing' in this episode. A peck on the lips just doesn't do it for me, not at my age."
"The wobbly camera action gives me nausea and seems less effective than 24. The over the top colour effects make viewing very difficult. The plots seem good but the artificial look of the programme has spoilt what could have been a decent series."
"I love it, but I'm a little lost. I can't work out who is a baddie and who is a goodie. Maybe it will all fall into place - hope so."
"Did anyone else notice the nice touch with the authorship of the articles on Tyrgystan that Mark Brydon reads in the press office? One of the articles was attributed to 'Jae Pak', which also - entirely coincidentally, I'm sure! - is the name of the Graphic Designer, according to the credits."
"Fast moving and very compelling. Luke obviously is key to unravelling the conspiracy. I'm completely hooked."
"I enjoyed episode 2 much more than the first, with the pace being a little less frenetic. Jason Isaacs' performance is incredibly subtle and enjoyable. I like the fact that there's a sense the truth and answer is there. You just need to look at it from the right angle."