The second season of Guilt, directed by Patrick Harkins, is receiving critical acclaim.
The Guardian noted that “Director Patrick Harkins makes this drear Auld Reekie otherwise resemble the Edinburgh of Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting, right down to the soundtrack. Paris sounds like accordion, New York like clarinet; Edinburgh sounds like indie rockers off their nuts on illicit pharmaceuticals. Instead of Iggy Pop and Born Slippy, Harkins plumps for the Manc swagger of F-’oldin’ Money by the Fall and the Glaswegian strut of Skids’ Into the Valley. The show’s heart lies not in who did what to whom and why, but in such musical montages, in its gloomy visual palette and verbal wit.”
The whole series can be streamed on BBC iPlayer.
Patrick is represented by Frances Arnold.