'One Child' examines injustice at expense of personal pain

December 5, 2014 2:06 PM

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Spurred more by the first part of the Like most things on the Sundance Channel, Guy Hibbert's two-part miniseries "One Child" is artisanal television.

Well acted, concisely written, expertly steeped in mood and message, the program, which premieres Friday, is lush and slow and passionately ambitious. As with this year's "The Honorable Woman," it's also internationally political in a way that often divides the narrative from its main character.

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