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The draw of “Kin” is likely to be Charlie Cox because of the actor’s connection to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Daredevil on the Netflix series. However, Cox interestingly cedes a lot of focus in “Kin,” allowing this to be much more than a star vehicle. He plays Michael Kinsella (the surname giving the title double meaning), the returning son of a low-level Irish crime boss named Frank Kinsella (the great Aidan Gillen, most known for “Game of Thrones”). Like so many ex-cons thrown back into fictional worlds of violence, Michael wants to go straight, not realizing the Kinsellas are in a very precarious position. Most of them expect Michael to return to help solidify their small corner of the criminal underworld.Kin Season 1 Download
so it’s surprising when he asks for a regular job. His main goal? To see his estranged daughter again. And he knows the authorities won’t let him anywhere near her if there’s a whiff of criminal impropriety.The problem in the Kinsella universe comes down to the control of a more powerful crime lord named Eamon Cunningham (a wonderfully menacing Ciarán Hinds). The show opens with battles for turf between the Cunninghams and the Kinsellas, but it’s pretty clear that this is a David and Goliath situation. Eamon is the Godfather of Dublin; the Kinsellas are a much smaller operation. However, it’s hard to explain that dynamic to the hotheaded young men in the Kinsella family. While Frank is negotiating tenuous peace with Eamon, his sons, Eric (Sam Keeley) and Jimmy (Emmett J. Scanlan), are choosing more violent methods to elevate the Kinsella profile. Eric makes a choice in the series premiere that sets things in motion that could tear apart the Kinsellas under waves of bloodshed. And major decisions fall at the feet of Jimmy’s wife, Amanda (Clare Dunne), who could be the key to everything, and under the watchful eye of the matriarch of this clan, Birdy (Maria Doyle Kennedy). With its complex family betrayals, it reaches for Shakespearean tragedy at times.