From John Doyle of The Globe and Mail:
Link: Acceptable Risk is a first-rate, fine Scandinavian-style thriller
There’s a reason why big pharmaceutical companies regularly turn up as villainous corporate monsters in thrillers. They keep doing terrible things and while some are found out and fined tens of millions of dollars, others continue with their nefarious practices. We are alert to being suspicious.
A big international pharma company is at the centre of the new and first-rate thriller Acceptable Risk (Thursday, SuperChannel, 9 p.m. and streaming on Acorn TV), a six-part mini-series. It’s a conspiracy thriller, a co-production between companies in Canada and Ireland, and set in Montreal and Dublin. Continue reading.
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