Striking Out

Striking Out

Series 1

DVD - 2017
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Tara Rafferty is a high-flying solicitor living an apparently charmed existence with her good-looking law-partner fiancé Eric. But when she discovers Eric is cheating on her with a colleague, she decides to go it alone and start her own law firm.
Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : Acorn, c2017
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (3 hrs., 34 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Jan 26, 2018

Yes, some good panoramas of Dublin but a corny plot and laboured acting.

Dec 03, 2017

An Irish legal drama which I very much enjoyed. The leads are strong, especially Amy Huberman who plays Tara Rafferty. She quits her big corporate firm after discovering her fiancée's (also a lawyer there) infidelity. Tara ends up "slumming it" in an office at the back of a coffee shop and takes on a seemingly unemployable ne'er-do-well with excellent street smarts to help her. Personal issues intersect with her new cases as she takes on lowly clients who are often opposed by her former firm. Add that to picturesque Dublin scenery and great cinematography, and you have a winning show!

Nov 14, 2017

I agree about the loose ends plus the stories were just not interesting to me personally. Maybe they were/are planning a Season 2. I probably will not watch it if they do. In my opinion, this series is not in the same class as Wallender, George Gently, Shetland, Case Histories, or several others. If one is looking for a strong female lead, I would suggest Vera or any of the Suspects series.

Aug 26, 2017

Strong female lead and great supporting cast. Good story lines and great views of Dublin giving a sense of place. Looking forward to more

Jul 05, 2017

Too many loose ends at the last episode leaving viewers totally baffled and unsatisfied.

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