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The Fall, Series 2HDCaution

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Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan reprise their roles as DSI Stella Gibson and Paul Spector in this powerful, critically acclaimed series that boasts superb performances. It’s been ten days since Spector told Stella that she would never catch him. As Stella tries to help Spector’s surviving victim to remember her attacker, he is forced to confront the loose ends he left behind in Belfast. Buy the series to receive a revealing behind-the-scenes featurette that includes interviews with key cast and crew as well as deleted scenes.

Customer Reviews

Misogynistic and nasty

Disguised as something interesting. It’s not.


Amazingly dull, terrible start for the first series part two - really the first series just stopped in the middle I only bought the second for closure - Gillian Anderson’s acting in this is terrible, admittedly she can do a passable English accent, but the novelty of an 'American who can' wore out in episode one of the first series, I tend to agree with the misogyny comment above, if it doesn’t improve it’s not worth the energy to watch at any price

Cringey and unrealistic

I turned off near the end of the 1st episode. A victim tells the killer the evidence she has. Another woman says to the killer 'I'm actually really blonde' when he targets blonde people. And what child says to a stanger who walks into their house 'Who are you?... I'll show you where my bedroom is'. No a child would scream! This is so awful to watch and none of it makes any sense at all, a load of rubbish, don't watch it if you like something that has some plausabillty !

The Fall, Series 2
View in iTunes £13.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 13 November 2014

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