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I wasn't enthusiastic about the prospect of a four-part adaptation of a Russian playwright's work, airing on a niche channel like Sky Arts, but the best surprise of A Young Doctor's Notebook is how engaging, comical and unpretentious it is. Much of that's down to the performance of Daniel Radcliffe as the naïve young physician sent to a remote village on the eve of the Russian Revolution in 1917, who acquits himself remarkably well. The Harry Potter star isn't best known for comedy, but he has a natural sense of rhythm and awkwardness that perfectly suits this innocent character—who's stepped into the shoes of distinguished surgeon Leopold Leopoldovich; an older gent with a shaggy beard, whose standing in the community simply can't be surpassed.
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