“Anatomy of a Scandal”, a new NETFLIX miniseries about political privileges and sex scandals
ANATOMY OF A SCANDAL is a six-part miniseries based on Sarah Vaughan’s novel “anatomy of a scandal” and adapted for TV by David E. Kelley, the author of Ally McBeal, Big Little Lies and The Practice.
Among the protagonists are Sienna Miller, Michelle Dockery and Rupert Friend.
Sophie Whitehouse is a middle-class English woman, happily married to James, a minister, who is discovered one day having an affair with one of her collaborators who accuses him of rape and from there their life is turned upside down.
Both Sophie and James have to deal with Kate, the prosecutor who doesn’t know how to be a woman they knew very well in their youth …
A miniseries about scandals, politics, sex and consent
In short, this miniseries has all the right ingredients: politics, sex, lies, shame, court struggle and suspicion.
A miniseries that at first seems like one among many, but which after a few minutes glues you to the screen for the doubt that manages to insinuate into the minds of the spectators until the end.