Published: 00:00, 05 August 2013
| Updated: 09:01, 05 August 2013
A thriller filmed largely in Faversham got its first airing last night... to mixed reactions.
The Channel 4 drama hailed itself as a gritty crime series full of suspense and action.
But the first episode, featuring scenes shot in the town, gained varied reviews.
Channel 4's Southcliffe was based in Faversham for four months, with scenes shot across the whole town.
Homes, town centre streets and neighbouring marshland were all used to film the crime drama.
Scenes were also filmed at Sittingbourne police station, JK Hair in the High Street, Teynham Court Farm as well as a house in Avent Walk, Bapchild.
The drama hit the headlines last year when Faversham residents mistook filming for a real life crime scene on their doorsteps.
But reviews on Twitter varied from 'not very good' and 'disappointing' to 'rubbish acting' and 'dreadful'.
One claimed to have spotted herself in one scene, for her '15 minutes of fame'.
And one poster, who seemed to be from the casting company, urged viewers to 'have faith', as it would become heart-wrenching.
But the poor initial responses can't have been down to the talent.
The show starred Skyfall and Quantum of Solace star Rory Kinnear, Sean Harris who played Fifield in Ridley Scott’s sci-fi film Prometheus and Shirley Henderson who played Jude in Bridget Jones’s Diary and Moaning Myrtle in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
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