|IRELAND, ITALY, FRANCE, CANADA, UK, SPAIN, GERMANY||2012||55||History . Drama|
Mark has put his father up in a small hotel. We learn that another man is looking for Mark, someone that Sean fears. Mark's job has made him closer to Sofia Silvestri. Sofia is charmed by Mark: he seems genuinely interested in her. Sofia's friend Emily warns to be careful. But Sofia has other worries. Her father is encouraging Andrea to fight for her. But Sofia won't be forced. In the meantime, Mark discovers a problem with the steel used to build the ship. But science is put to test by the divides in Belfast. The Protestant magnates, worried by the success of the Union, call in the Army to boycott a peaceful march. The Army sabotages the march in the Catholic area, causing accidents that seem organised by Catholic workers. Mark is there to show his respect for the workers. Sofia is there with Emily and the MacCann's younger brother, Conor. To everybody's shock, innocent school teacher Walter Hill, Emily's husband, is killed by a soldier. Mark only just manages to rescue Sofia from the havoc.
|Episode Title:||Good Man Down|
|Airs:||2012-05-27 at 09:00 pm|
That producers opt to tell a different Titanic story is admirable in light of so many filmed versions of the story that already exist, including a four-hour miniseries that aired on ABC earlier this year. But the decision not to reveal the fates of the miniseries' fictional characters may feel like a cheat to anyone who invests 12 hours in this program.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
Though it is flat and obvious at times, and some might call it ill-paced--I think of it as leisurely--it is only a little sanctimonious and not at all stuffed.Los Angeles Times Full Review
A tediously boring story.Entertainment Weekly Full Review
Hard-core lovers of historical drama who've made no other TV appointments this fall might find the time.Philadelphia Daily News Full Review