From Robert Cushman of the National Post:
- Ah, the North Toronto desert: The Trojan Horse offers complex political intrigue
“Our subject is Gross hypocrisy. I mean that in the nicest way. In Slings and Arrows, Paul Gross played a decent and talented artist haunted by the suspicion that he was a fraud. In The Trojan Horse, the new two-part thriller on CBC, he’s a politician whose idealism masks unscrupulous ambition: the same persona turned inside out.” Read more.
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