TV review: A psychological thriller that stays in the mind

Connie Nielsen plays a woman who, after a significant head injury, has to rely on others to remember her past, but the lies and inconsistencies keep her and the audience guessing

14th November, 2021
TV review: A psychological thriller that stays in the mind
Connie Nielsen in Close to Me on Channel 4: a compelling psychological drama with the breadcrumb device of memory loss skilfully used

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