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Watched the first episode of this when we were in the UK. Keeley Hawes is an amazing actress. This had potential but really never engaged. Glad to see she is moving on to another show. Really unoriginal and very clichedReport this review
An average to good crime drama that does have some good plot lines and is therefore worth a look if you have the time or the inclination. 3 to 4 stars.Report this review
I enjoyed ....this pleasantly surprised it had me hooked throughout, didn't think I'd like it but it was great would definitely recommend you go out and get a copy!!Report this review
As a new series, this one gripped me from the start. The idea of combining identity theft and a character with a secret identity themselves is great. I was worried about seeing Keeley Hawes in another police drama, after really enjoying Ashes to Ashes, but she plays a convincing role in Identity so you don't expect Gene Hunt to walk in. Aidan Gillen brings the bad boy element to the series and doesn't fail to deliver. He's the guy we all like but know we shouldn't. Overall the storylines are great and show us more of the lives of those who experience identity theft and those who steal the identities. The episodes are interesting and gripping. Personally, I can't wait for the second series.Report this review
First episode seemed promising but the plot went down hill and seemed full of nonsense. Average at best hence 3 star.Report this review
So the missus and I have watched every episode so far - hoping it'll get better, but it's not. The dialogue is clichéd, Keeley plays a character who has set up the identity-theft department but I think she's a bit young and not strict/hard enough with the team to have made her way so high in the force (compared to other department chiefs that are on TV). There's some sexual tension between her and Aiden's character that doesn't quite click and looks like Keeley's character is just chasing Aiden and forgives him anything/everything he does. A small part for Shaun Parkes (Koop from human traffic) as the suspicious member of the team who thinks Aiden's character is a waste of time (an opinion I share, to be honest) but the team may as well not be there. Aiden solves all the crimes by himself in a maverick style that clearly needs no assistance from the rest of the cast. This would work better as a lone lead character in my opinion (a-la cracker), but definitely needs much stronger characters in the 2 lead roles (see previous comment about ignoring the other 5 members of the team).Report this review
Overall a decent ITV drama, though it feels like seen before, at times (Spooks anyone?) To be fair, it leaves you with more awareness about identity theft, and I just hope that everything presented in these episodes was just a work of fantasy, although in a couple of instances reminded me of something I've read in the paper - yet more deeja vu feeling... I might watch a further series, but this one has not hooked me.Report this review
This wasn't one of ITV's best Drama's although it had a couple of decent plots and twists. Keely Hawes plays under pressure DSI Martha Lawrence very well and her acting keeps you interested in the story. All in all it is a good watch but nothing that new and different to what has already been aired. I would really rate this 3.5 stars.Report this review
This series is about a Scotland Yard unit that deals with identity theft. Unlike the similar Spooks (which is excellent) this is OK for the most part although there is the odd dodgy episode.Report this review
Reasonably gripping story line with plenty of twists from the begining. Main characters Keeley Hawes and Aiden Gillen were strong and convincing in their parts. Nice hint of a love theme runing alongside side the drama of the story. Just enough to keep you interested and wanting to continue watching. Good supporting actors which meant for a well rounded good performance overall.Report this review