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All four actors are superb - especially Weyman, who punctures the bonhomie so effectively from time to time with one of Miles’s self-loathing dark moods.
Daniel Weyman’s Miles is a drily funny, long-suffering, borderline-alcoholic intellectual with a poetic turn of phrase and a fine line in self-loathing. The scene in which he and fellow wine expert Maya finally get it together is quite touching.
The cast are uniformly excellent, led by a great Daniel Weyman who plays the likeable but exasperating Miles. He is a classic tortured soul, driven by his need to write but slowly battered by his failures. Weyman plays him lightly, and with a sense of irony: as if Miles knows he is slightly ridiculous, but just cannot help it. Weyman can turn on the humour and the pathos beautifully.
Daniel Weyman (exuding a novelists inner misery) and Simon Harrison make an endearing if foul-mouthed couple.
Daniel Weyman does a heroic job ... he brings pathos and nuance to the character.