Perhaps there is a relationship that may change things in our lives. The series tells of an exciting story about a serious relationship between Lea and Rose, an unexpected relationship. It is obvious that there are developments in things after a series of events during that relationship, which leads to terrible consequences between the two unexpectedly.
There isn't much out-and-out action, but it has a palpable feeling that writer Gaby Hull is carefully moving pieces into place for a big climax - just enough manoeuvring to make me curious about episode two.
Every exchange between them, thereafter, torques the relationship and gives Windsor a chance to rise, in pitch-perfect increments, to the occasion of creating a chilling character of utterly believably threatening proportions.
Molly Windsor is fantastic as Rose, a confident young woman with a rich father and manipulative tendencies. She is charming, until she decides to turn it off, and she can make you shudder with just one look.