In the Flesh Series 2 Episode 2 Review

There’s no getting out. Just as Kieran began daydreaming about a life away from stifling Roarton on In the Flesh, the idea is taken away and replaced with the prospect of endless community service, introduced by the government as a way to, presumably, curb the dangerously high levels of resentment among the living and keep the partially deceased in check. He’s in this fight for the long haul and, with the refusal of the ticket officer to let Kieran board an outgoing train, the sense of claustrophobia has really set in. Dreary, inescapable small towns are British television’s bread and butter, but its feels particularly apt here.



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