White House Farm (ITV) Jan 2020


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Six part true crime drama, White House Farm, revolves around one fateful night in August 1985 when five members of the same family were murdered at an Essex farmhouse.


BT Bob

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I remembered the case making the press, and enjoyed the first episode.


I like Stephen Graham, but why-oh-why did the producers feel the need to get him to try a "Welsh" accent? It's dreadful.
His Scouse is so strong, just leave it alone.


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I thought it was a good watch
It was an excellent series although I must admit that I much prefer to binge watch things like this in one sitting rather than over several weeks but I was hooked after watching episodes 1 and 2 back to back after someone told me about it.

BT Bob

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Really enjoyed it - Mark Addy was excellent, as was Freddie Fox.

But - I'm afraid I still can't get past Stephen Graham's awful "Welsh" accent.


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Just a shame Stephen Graham's character was so one note right up to the end. He really did have his blinkers on.


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Really enjoyed this pretty much from start to finish, thought most of the actors played the part well although I agree with the comments made about Stephen Graham. I assume the actual person was Welsh and was adament it was a murder/suicide?

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