From Joel Rubinoff of the Record:
- Trojan Horse is the CBC equivalent of dramatic 24
“I can’t give away any more of the plot — not because it would ruin the viewing experience but because, frankly, it would sound so belaboured and confusing no one in their right mind would tune in. What you really need to know is this: writers [Paul] Gross and John Krizanc, with help from director Charles Biname and A-list actors like Martha Burns, Greta Scacchi and William Hutt, have engineered a tense, enthralling, conspiracy-laden prognostication about Canada’s future that will grab you from the beginning and, by ratcheting up tension incrementally, keep you fidgeting with excitement until the bitter end.” Read more.
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