"Taps into an underlying sweetness and vulnerability"

The entire cast manages to suggest the potential of hidden layers of intention. This is particularly important with Macdonald and Magrath, who have the tough job of bringing a flesh-and-blood dimension to the rather Ken-and-Barbie Kents, with their air of refinement and British reserve. Magrath’s Emma is best described as dutiful though dubious as her husband proceeds with his plan to kill Paul. But Magrath also taps into an underlying sweetness and vulnerability in her character.
— Cindy Nickerson, Cape Cod Times