From Denise Duguay of the Montreal Gazette:
- Durham County returns. Squirm
“I admire Durham County because it is a very well put together drama. The turns in this story of a detective and his bloody work and life play against expectation, but not so often that they too become expected. The acting is just enough and not too much. The visual style is all its own. But I also find Durham County sometimes impossible to watch because it puts all these things to use in the study of very, very disturbing subjects and themes, all hideously, vividly illustrated.” Read more.
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