Father Brown

Father Brown

Season Three, Part Two

DVD - 2016
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Welcome back to the village of Kembleford, where Father Brown uses his personal blend of intuition, psychology, compassion and justice to solve another series of gripping crimes. Assisted as always by parish secretary Mrs. McCarthy, glamorous socialite Lady Felicia Montague and her accommodating chauffeur Sid Carter Father Brown faces threats to his town, his friends and his faith. An assassination attempt, an art heist, ritual sacrifice and murder keep the twists and turns coming.

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swyckl
Apr 23, 2018

I like this DVD series. Father Brown (FB) is a crime solving Roman Catholic priest in rural England. The crime solving part being much to the chagrin of the local detective inspector. FB has a soft subtle supportive approach which breaks down barriers the police would have. FB is the personification of living life with good morals. The sex is very subtle. It is not overly violent. It is okay for all ages. Often, the person murdered is a nasty person with many people who dislike them for a valid reason. Sleuthing FB must get past all these obstacles to find out who committed the murder. FB is perspicacious. The detective is hapless. The original script was based on the Victorian Age around 1912. They decided to produce this series based on the 1950's. I don't mind. 1912 would be harder to replicate. Mrs. M is the secretary for the church. Sid is the driver of the rich civilian. Sid and Mrs. M both help FB with his investigation. They are all friends. M is a busy body who knows if someone has an alibi or motivations. Sid is a second set of eyes who can ask the servants about hidden truths. Definitions: hapless (unfortunate, unlucky, luckless); personification (embodiment, incarnation, epitome, quintessence, essence); Perspicacious (discerning, shrewd, perceptive, astute, penetrating, observant, percipient, sharp-witted, sharp)

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tenet
Dec 28, 2016

Rated 8/10. Father Brown is a fun series. I always enjoy it, so long you accept it as "light mystery".

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natasav
Jan 07, 2017

natasav thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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