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Green Man hedda wrote:
I thought it was fucking boring. Liked Tennet.

No bodies, heads in pots etc. Boooring

Obviously Nielsen was as boring as batshit even though he was a serial killer.


I watched it again, it's very close to the book and not much artistic licence was used. Dennis being sacked from the police force for wanking in a morgue; I'm not sure is true. He did resign however maybe homophobia was an issue for him and he might of been sussed out.

Bullying in the workplace is cruel; I have sacked staff with immediate action in the past but they got some wages via cheque pinned with P45.

(We had it written in very long boring contracts about sackings)
hedda I thought it was fucking boring. Liked Tennet.

No bodies, heads in pots etc. Boooring

Obviously Nielsen was as boring as batshit even though he was a serial killer.
Green Man Foz wrote:
I watched a documentary afterwards with home movies of Nilsen - Watkins got Brian Master's speech impediment perfectly and Tennant caught Nilsen's rambling delivery spot on. Very good, and I only realised afterwards that ITV did not resort at all to gratuitously showing him murdering and dismembering the victims which Netflix probably would have done.

I will be watching them all tonight on ITV Hub. I read the book Killing for Company years ago. It's an excellent and a very well written book.
Green Man JK2006 wrote:
Anybody else think Robert Peston could be Nilsen or even Tennant?

No, because Nilsen could construct verbal sentences and Tennant can construct verbal sentences.

How on Earth did Peston land a job on national TV ?
JK2006 Anybody else think Robert Peston could be Nilsen or even Tennant?