Anthology series which mixes dark humor with genres like crime, horror or drama. The show invites viewers into some very different No.9s, where the ordinary and mundane rub shoulders with the extraordinary and macabre.
Detective Inspector Jonah Gabriel returns to work after a botched operation that resulted in him sustaining a near-fatal bullet wound. It may be his first day back on the job but he's soon ... See full summary »
Three contemplative monologues about killing: 1, A dying woman waits for the pills that will end her life; 2, A farmer tries to find a way to escape his domineering mother; 3, An assassin awaits in a public toilet for his next target.
The first 2 episodes of this program have been shown in Australia and I just love it. I can very much relate to these characters, they are very real characters. Just one gripe. I absolutely love the music they use in the show but they never credit the pieces or players. I know that one was a Bach piece played by Glenn Gould, but not one I've heard before. If anyone can help with the music I'd really appreciate a list. I do hope there are more programs like this coming up, such a wonderful change from the violent, sadistic crime shows we seem to get swamped with these days. I am getting rather concerned with the obsession we have with really nasty subjects not to mention the 'Big Brother, 'Biggest Loser' rubbish and others like it. I'd encourage more like 'Sensitive Skin' which is just such a refreshing change. Delighted and want more like it.
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