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This was a decent TV series. It's too bad it didn't get to be seen by a larger audience, because it seems like this could have been Great.
It reminded me of "24". Not in context or even production value, but as a self contained series with lots of different stories going off of the main storyline. With "Harry" it takes you for a ride, as you get involved with the dynamics of the characters.
Oscar Knightley is the star here, even though Sam Neill is the famous name. Oscar take the limits of his character to a place that you almost forget it's a TV show.
If you like good drama with some action, this is for you.
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