Janet King

Janet King

Series 2, The Invisible Wound

DVD - 2016
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Janet is seconded from a case of psychological abuse in the armed services to head up a Royal Commission into gun crime. Conscripting solicitors Richard and Lina, and the ambitious Owen Ramsey, Janet trades the rarefied atmosphere of mahogany courtrooms, wigs, and gowns for plain clothes and a community hall. There, she and her team focus on the murder of 25-year-old Hani Akvan.
Publisher: [Silver Spring, Maryland] : Acorn, [2016]
Edition: Widescreen version
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (463 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
video file,DVD video
digital,optical
Alternative Title: Invisible wound

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SandraLH
Aug 08, 2017

Riveting and intense, intricately woven second season of the series. Expect the unexpected.

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empbee
Jul 21, 2017

Some good tense moments, some scenes stretched. Interesting ethical questions about embryo ownership. Good acting. It was enjoyable.

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BritCrimeDramaFan
Apr 01, 2017

Very entertaining series from Down Under. Lots of mystery, courtroom drama, and finely drawn characters, fleshed out more than in series 1. Marta Dusseldorp carries the day in almost every scene, and what I liked that there's nuance to her character. The rest of the acting can be a bit uneven, and the pace is slower than we're used to, but well worth your patience.

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VinceMarinelli
Jan 07, 2017

The first season was good, but the second is a snoozer. Lots of pointless scenes padding out a two hour plot to make it last for a season. Lots of slow, repetitive shots of characters silently emoting to pile on the melodrama. All in all, a disappointing follow-up to a promising first series.

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nora_31
Nov 23, 2016

Enjoyed series 1 much better. Series 2 tried too hard and it was a lot slower than series 1. Might have been better if shortened to 6 episodes to keep tempo up! I was getting tired of how many times they replayed flash backs as well.

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ranger973
Oct 31, 2016

This is a slow moving series - wait, this is a good thing. It allows for character development especially for the lead role and gives us a far more developed insight into police procedures and how certain courts work. The setting for the show is Sydney, Australia and for those of us who can't travel down under we also get a glimpse of contemporary Aussie fashion styles and architectural designs. This is not a cookie-cutter police/crime drama; it's a first rate production. After seeing a few episodes I found it to be a very enjoyable way to spend a mindful evening.

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