Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In one of his most antiheroic portrayals to date, Trevor Eve starred in the British drama series A Sense of Guilt as Felix Kramer, a mediocre novelist. Not only was Felix bereft of talent, but he was also a stranger to loyalty and morality. After impregnating the young daughter of his best friend, Felix managed to ruin the lives of practically everyone with whom he was on a speaking relationship. Adapted by Andrea Newman from her own novel, A Sense of Guilt was seen over the BBC in 1990; seven 50-minute episodes were produced in all.