“THE NEAR-FAR PROBLEM”
A certified sleeper hit already! Amazingly Frequency maintains the high quality of the first two episodes with Reimy and Frank Sullivan trying desperately to save Julie by finding the Nightingale killer across the chasm of two decades.
As more and more information is uncovered in two different time periods viz. 1996 and the present, Reimy and Frank encounter challenges in their own time periods trying to investigate the clues without quite explaining the source of such information.
All this is handled very well in the writing and the acting. The intercutting of the two time periods is also brilliantly presented especially at the very end when both Reimy and Frank are narrowing down on Thomas Goff — the suspected Nightingale killer – and the conclusion is not quite the one anticipated. Kudos.
And is anyone creeped out by Gordo? Maybe he’s the Nightingale killer…
Full info at IMDB.
… still there’s more …