Dave White of the Western Star really likes words that start with “c”:
- Local newspaper provides a warm blanket in cold, unsure times
“In The Border, right-wing collaborators and left-leaning security officials stir an eclectic mix of the proven and the probable in what is likely the best made-for-television Canadian drama series ever. Its plausible portrayals cause viewers to think outside box and across political boundaries, lending levels of credence to opportunities for collusion and chicanery channeled through corporate and civil controls common in certain circles.” Read more.
American-Canadian differences in policy are personified in the relationship between American agent Bianca LaGarda (Sofia Milos) and her Canadian counterpart Major Mike Kessler (James McGowan).
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