Consent is Channel 4's "electric" new drama, set in an elite private school where the lines of sexual consent are dangerously blurred. The drama unfolds as Natalie, a black, working class girl who attends the school on a bursary, accuses wealthy white boy Archie of raping her at a party and sharing the video with his friends.
Elen Rhys plays Archie's mum Fiona, who is accrimoniously separated from his father and in a relationship with a much younger man, much to Archie's disgust.
Reviewers have praised the one-off drama, with The Evening Standard calling it "a searing commentary that couldn’t come at a more opportune moment", going on to advise, "miss it at your peril". The Guardian describes it as "a flinching new drama....a carefully told story, delivered by an excellent young cast".
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