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Bruce Greenwood stars as documentary photographer Thomas Veil who, in the course of one evening, seemingly has his whole existence erased, in the compelling one-hour drama Nowhere Man. It appears as if some mysterious and powerful entity has coerced Veil's family and friends into cooperating in a clandestine plan to annul every trace of him. Veil is all alone with no option but to begin a desperate, dangerous quest to find out how and why this has happened and most importantly, who is behind this torturous scheme.
Our lives and identities are always based on what we've built for ourselves throughout time, however despite how well we live those lives there is always that looming threat that one day we could just lose control or lose the foundation that defined us; where do we go from there and who does that make us now? This is to me one of those great sci-fi shows that no one ever saw (not even me at the time, hell I hardly heard of it) which is why it's an under the radar gem in my book. And it's a real shame because this show really had a lot of potential to go even further with itself. I always love sci-fi mystery shows, both just make a beautiful combination let alone sci-fi by it's nature in a way is a mystery because their based on possibility and exploration of it.<br/><br/>I really would of liked to of seen even more depth into this M.I.B. like organization and how Thomas fit into their plans, let alone a little more what those plans were, sadly most questions you still have only you can answer in your imagination.<br/><br/>I really love the idea, I think it's great and it's actually a pretty terrifying thought when you think about it. Your whole life just gone in just a mere minute, by just simply going to the restroom or heck buying the next video game, that would really suck because it really creates a great sense of disorientation and worst of all great sense of loss. Kinda like with the TV show "The Prisoner" (which was a partial inspiration to this show)since that was about a individual whose whole life and identity was robbed from him in one day and was forced into disorienting circumstances.<br/><br/>Bruce Greenwood (Batman: Under the Red Hood) whom I think is an underrated actor is great in this show this is probably my favorite role from him. Thomas Veil, the last name is sort of ironic since that's sort of his dilemma but also sort of a clue to the reveal. That's what makes him highly sympathetic and it's the same with any protagonist in a suspense thriller because all of them are usually ordinary every day people that have lives but are just gone in an instant because their forced into circumstances they never signed into, which is Thomas's dilemma. I really like how he reacts to his dilemma which makes him easy to emphasize with because we might react the same if God forbid this ever happened to us. His dilemma you can is like that of an amnesiac whom always struggles to reclaim his/her past to life their lives once more.<br/><br/>However what I like is that this guy is in the same boat as we are, just like him we're asking all of the same questions; which gives this show a bit of a sense of participation. Like how the hell is his whole life just gone, is Thomas inadvertently part of some secret experiment from some secret society? And of course there is that photograph of people hanged in Vietnam which is the maguffin of the whole show, why are the people chasing Thomas interested in it could one of the people hanged be one of the members of the secret society? Is this secret society the M.I.B.? I could go on and on with these questions.<br/><br/>I also like the pacing and suspense it's steady, giving us enough time to think but also getting us on the edge of our seat; hoping Thomas will be able to hunt down this shadow organization but also at the same time evading them. It really creates that sense paranoia and dread because the problem with this M.I.B. like organization is that they could be anybody, anywhere and nowhere. That's also a really creepy thought that may'be these M.I.B. agents we might have already seen and passed by but don't know it. It creates as sense of a world where nothing is what it seems and nobody can be trusted, which raises the stakes for Thomas to find the truth because his life might depend on it.<br/><br/>I know I didn't say too much but I didn't want to give away too much, it's one of those shows where you have to get into it for yourself which to me makes the reveals and mystery all the sweeter.<br/><br/>Nowhere Man is a show you'll get somewhere with.<br/><br/>Rating: 4 stars
This show manages to pull off a truly amazing trick. It begins with a premise that seems silly and far-fetched but is none-the-less interesting and hopefully you stick with it out of that interest. <br/><br/>I hope you do because as you get towards the final episodes it becomes apparent that the there is a truly remarkable and brilliant explanation (take note Chris Carter!) and once it's revealed (or you guess it) the silly and far-fetched idea is not only perfectly plausible, it is a subtle and cunning plot that rocks your view of the entire series.<br/><br/>The themes of social control and manipulation are built up in layers of seemingly episodic importance but only in the closing stages does it become apparent that there is a grand plan and that it not only makes sense, but is chillingly resonant.<br/><br/>One of the few, truly under-rated shows or our time. Watch it!