Ciappesoni, Terence Dudley
||John Paul, Simon Oates, Robert Powell
the nickname of a scientific group with the power to assess new
technology and ban dangerous developments. It wasn't supposed to cause
trouble, but unfortunately for the government, this watchdog inisists
This series from the script editor of Dr
Who is a blend of Mission Impossible and X-files
but ecological. I've just seen two episodes:
The plastic eaters: a
group of scientists have created a corrosive substance capable to dissolve waste plastic, but this substance
can be spread like a virus and provokes a plane crash. Toby Wren has
the mission to bring back the rests of the plane to be examinated, but
accidentally he infects his own plane!
Tomorrow the rat: in the
quest to make a superman, a scientist experiments with rats, but these
rats are very clever and dangerous!
In spite of being created more than 30 years
ago, the subjects are anchored in scientific fact and closer to
reality. What is interesting is that, as in the X-files,
the real enemy is closer than we think. That is the government, who
will manage to cover the origins of every phenomena or trouble to which
the team are faced to.
|If you expect me
to put here the famous "rat scene" you can keep waiting!!!
I care too
much for Robert to ever dare put that scene!!!
seen it and don't know what I'm talking about, it's a scene from the
episode "Tomorrow, the rat" in which Robert fights with a serial killer
rat (no comments). The rat is a prop, they could have used something
more realistic however.
performance is credible as usual and made the scene a bit less
ridiculous. And NO, you won't seen any picture! Find them somewhere