4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
I loved the complex, timey-wimey plot. I loved the interaction between Seven and Klein, a complex character who was well worth bringing back. As others have said, the scenes inside the camp rang false as Ace was allowed to get away with all sorts of behavior that never would have been tolerated in a real prison. I have to knock off points for that. However, I thought the scenes between Ace and Kurtz really felt wonderfully creepy. When David Tennant was yelling, he came off as a pretty standard Nazi, but when he dropped into quiet insinuation, there was a glimpse of the extravagantly talented actor who knocked Hamlet out of the park. He put so much menace into those scenes that I found myself wondering just how far Big Finish was going to let this rape-y character go.