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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Death at a Broadcast

    A vintage whodunnit: high on atmosphere, low on plausibility. As with many of these things the initial conceit is the thing - death live on air in this case - but once the cadaver is in place they regress to the mundane or inane. The backstage view of a 1930s BBC is fascinating however fictionalised.