Rules Of The Game Review



Good Morning Lovelies, 

Recently, the BBC have been presenting us with a load of new dramas that have kept us all glued to our seats. One that really stood out was the Maxine Peake led piece, Rules of the Game, which is out now on DVD and digitally! 

Yet, is it worth a watch? Based loosely on the Me Too movement, the series follows a series of female cases, where they are being mistreated in the office, at home and in public. With hard hitting stories, the series is an inspiring piece of drama that will encourage many to speak up and put about the prejudices they have faced. Something I am sure the creators hoped would happen. 

Peake is on top form again and the storylines are strong. With few shows focusing completely on this topic, it is a clever creation that leaves audiences wanting more. When viewing it for the first time, there is a strong sense of a building need for justice and if the women don’t get it, then as a viewer a need for revolutionary change is built. 

With only four episodes to watch, the show is a hard but easy creation to binge watch in one sitting. Something that is easily done. Especially with a brilliant cast, gripping script and interesting, edge of your seat, storylines. Definitely making it one to watch. 

4 Stars

Joey X

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