A Confession viewers left struggling to watch ITV drama over ‘shaky’ camera work
A Confession launched on ITV on Monday evening, with several viewers tuning in to the drama starring Martin Freeman.
Based on a true story, it follows detective Steve Fulcher's investigation into the death and disappearance of 22-year-old Sian O’Callaghan who days later was discovered brutally burdered.
It also follows Fulcher's legal battle that eventually led to the killer, Christopher Halliwell's, conviction.
As the first episode launched on Monday night, viewers were left unnerved as the story began to unfold from the beginning of Sian going missing.
But many viewers were left a little confused and worried they might have to switch over before the series had even got underway.
They claimed the camera work was really "shaky" and something didn't seem right.
As they tried to continue watching the series, they were left more and more put off with some even stating they felt "sea sick".
Disappointed given they wanted to watch the show, many took to Twitter to ask if it was just them who were struggling.
One fan said: "What is the cameraman doing? The camera is all over the place So annoying! It certainly doesn't make it realistic. Will be switching over."
Another tweeted: "Only been watching 5 mins and I feel sick. KEEP. THE. CAMERA. STILL."
A third agreed: "I thought it was just me but I see lots of folk are saying the same.. the camera moving around is making us all feel sea sick – probably won't watch now that this filming is off-putting."
This was echoed by a fourth fan who said: "Bloody hell. Really looking forward to this but think I'll have to switch it off, getting the jitters with this handheld camera work!"
Other viewers were able to get past the filming techniques, with one tweeting: " #AConfession very good so far. Great cast."
A Confession airs for six weeks on Mondays at 9pm on ITV.
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