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Fall, The: Series 3 [Import]
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 1.78 x 19.05 x 13.72 cm; 145.15 Grams
- Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 18 and over
- Manufacturer reference : AMP2568 DVD
- Director : Allan Cubitt
- Media Format : Subtitled, NTSC, Import
- Release date : Nov. 21 2017
- Actors : Jamie Dornan, Gillian Anderson, Colin Morgan, Laura Donnelly, Bronagh Waugh
- Subtitles: : English
- Studio : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
- ASIN : B07473G27P
- Country of origin : USA
- Number of discs : 2
- Customer Reviews:
Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson (Golden Globe winner Gillian Anderson, The X-Files) and serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan, Fifty Shades of Grey) continue their cat-and-mouse game as the “harrowing yet riveting” (The Independent, UK) psychological thriller comes to a heart-pounding conclusion. Following the shocking events of Series 2, Spector lies in the hospital in critical condition. But when he awakes, he seems to be suffering from memory loss and claims he doesn’t remember committing any murders. Determined to make Spector pay for his crimes, Gibson compiles evidence against him, but she faces opposition from her superiors and a formidable defense team that accuses her of an inappropriate relationship with Spector. With the odds now stacked against Gibson, will Spector ever see justice? “Relentlessly original, consistently gripping” (The Guardian, UK), this critically acclaimed drama also stars Colin Morgan (Merlin, Humans) and John Lynch (In the Name of the Father).
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there is no nuance to peoples psyche at all. its like not helping your self evolve for anything. so many say its boring.
I seriously beg-to-differ on that ground that it is boring far from it.. there’s nowhere left to go but to plan your case so to speak.
I want to say more but that would not solve anything other than you reading it an going why tell me I want to see it with a clear mind.
the ending was Wow.
A bientôt j’espere.
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Jamie Dornan was flawless throughout. Gripping, compelling, totally chilling. Gillian Anderson became more and more annoying as the series went on. I found myself increasingly willing her to clear her throat, so I could hear what she was mumbling about.
John Lynch was also superb as the deeply trouble policeman with the drink problem, although his storyline was slightly predictable.
The build up to the end was powerful stuff, but credibility was being stretched beyond its tolerance level with the staged incident in the hospital recreation room and all that followed it.
Then the actual ending. There wasn't one. Just Stella Gibson dripping about drinking wine. I've no idea what the ending should have been. I just felt that was a let-down at the end of such a cracking series.
and a great ending to a very nail biting
Very slow start... A huge wake up during the last act and a conclusion that I found somewhat... Meh.
But Gillian Anderson is still amazing.