Before the week is out...
Sunday 21 February 1999
"For The Man Who Has Everything", the first part of Infidelity, a three- part documentary series, focuses on men who play away. Brief Encounter it ain't - there's no holding back for the sake of the marriage here; these men do what they have to do to get what they want. What ensures this is compelling viewing is their honesty before the camera, and it almost makes them sympathetic - until you see how their actions have chipped away at the strength and self-esteem of their partners. Kevin dated Jo and Cheryl simultaneously for nearly a decade and claims to have been in love with them both. He met Jo when she was just 16. "He's seriously f---ed up and he's done that to me as well. I'm not the same person I used to be," she says, and her voice cracks. "I know I'm a bastard," says Kevin disarmingly.
Kev, I'm just going to have to agree with you there. EH
'For The Man Who Has Everything', the first part of 'Infidelity', shows on ITV this Thursday at 9pm.
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