Andy’s old art teacher is in trouble. The disappearance of three of his former pupils has brought him some unwelcome attention. The authorities think that there’s a secret in Merl’s past.
Whatever Andy’s suspicions, he discovers that something much older and stranger is hiding in Merl’s past. Clues are scattered through his paintings, and all of them lead to a place called Cadoc Point.
I really enjoyed the plot and the atmosphere of this story. As said by Tom Price in the interviews, it’s very “Andy Marple” (though with a spooky twist, it is, after all, Torchwood) and I love it.
All performances were very good.
Even though there wasn’t much character development for Andy, the “guest characters” were compelling enough that I didn’t mind. And Andy is always a delight anyway.
I also really enjoyed the sound editing and music of this one.