Alphabet Movie challenge: day 20
Thrilling program that kept me on edge
Answer: Inspector George Gently
The first time I saw George Gently,
I was admittedly a bit distracted
but as the program went along I became more involved in the case. I was more than a little behind though because I had to rewatch this scene, several times 😉
Ricky appeared the town rebel,
heading up a motorcycle gang and influencing young troubled boys
but once I got past the young detective’s prejudice, I saw that Ricky was more like a lone wolf taking in the weak and wounded who had been cast out of their own packs.
Uh oh, now I’m attached to him.
What if he is involved in those murders?
The story went along and it became clear that Ricky was not the bad guy.
(I knew all along *scoffs*)
But once I figured out who was…oh no! Ricky, don’t go in the garage! keep driving, do you hear me?
I won’t spoil the ending for those who haven’t seen it yet,
because I’ve always been diligent about spoilers on this blog…
(that was sarcasm 😛 )
but I will say I didn’t expect the sadism.
Did that come out of nowhere, or was I just not paying attention?
(non-Armitage answer: The Prestige)