Trust Me (2017) - Drama, Thriller

Hohum Score

59

Bearable

A hardworking nurse who loses her job for whistle-blowing is forced to take drastic measures to provide for her daughter.

IMDB: 7
Director:
Stars: Jodie Whittaker, Emun Elliott
Length: 55 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 4 out of 25 found boring (16%)

One-line Reviews (19)

I found it fascinating.

If handled as well as they were, in say, Day of the Jackal, then it could be anything but a boring aspect of the show.

So slow and predictable.

Overall, intriguing, tense and kept me coming back for more.

I saw there was a second season so I thought ok maye now since the ex died kind of mysteriously and she decides to stay now it will get exciting/ interesting watch 1 episode turned it off after 3 minutes.

For me this was an excellent drama with a good script, excellent acting and intense medical sequences that left me on the edge of my seat.

Although most of the acting is creditable, Jodie Whittaker brings no charisma to the main character and I found it hard to engage with her dilemma, a very bland performance which undermined the whole story.

I wouldn't say it was compulsive viewing, but it was intriguing enough.

Dull .

The concept was intriguing enough and Jodie Whitaker and Sharon Small have done good work elsewhere.

The final episode is rushed and the ending is contrived ridiculousness and pure fantasy.

Disappointing too is the script, which completely lacks any kind of depth and nuance and is instead both crass and dreary as well as underwritten, clearly written by somebody with relatively little medical knowledge and an inability to develop characters and realistic situations.

There were a few plot holes, but the show was still very enjoyable.

The acting was decent but it just was a boring story.

The romantic subplot is crassly written, predictable and drawn out where neither characters are ones you care for because their decision making makes one want to bang their heads together.

Others characters such as her ex, colleagues, father, the fabulous landlady, were much more engaging and three-dimensional.

7 is watchable but I may go a while between episodes since, though somewhat entertaining, there are other shows more interesting or compelling.

was it slow.

Wooden acting, awful script, just dull...