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27 May 2006 09:42 #1109379455 by webmistress
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Dear all!

The second episode of IL 5 seemed to have been broadcast in Denmark. As I siad before - unfortunately this time around there will be huge delays in reactions and postings for this season and the episodes.

I hope it is a good idea to start this thread now although almost no-one has seen the latest episode. For those who had/have luck: please post your reviews or spoiler-like news here.

For all those who don't want to know - don't read any further - you have been warned. This thread defintely will contain spoilers.


Cheers!

webmistress

Post edited by: webmistress, at: 2006/05/28 16:56

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27 May 2006 09:42 #1109379444 by annchristin
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Hi Nat-lovers!

Don't know if it's the right place but Jessy will sure fix it, if not...

The next episode.... well if you don't want to know stop read here!


Engelsk krimiserie.
Lige før Inspector Lynley, som nu er klar på jobbet igen, og Havers skal mødes med hovedvidnet Roger Pollard i sagen mod London gangsterlederen Shand, findes Pollard likvideret på en strand. Dette bringer opdagerparret til Havers barndoms ferieparadis, hvor mystikken begynder at brede sig, da det viser sig, at Pollard allerede var død, inden han blev likvideret. Nogenlunde samtidig finder Havers ud af, at egnen også gemmer på en gammel hemmelighed om et mystisk dødsfald af en 10-årig dreng, der hævdes at spøge på den lokale campingplads, og at det dødsfald muligvis kan forklare Pollards død.

Translation;

ILY, who is back to the work, and Havers which will meet a witness, Roger Polland, against a leader of a gang, Shand, found Pollard dead on a beach. Which leads them to Havers summerholiday place, where the mystery begin to spread yet more, when it shows that Pollard already was dead before he was dumped on the beach. In the same time Havers found out that the place also has a secret, a 10-years old boy's ghost, which become killed on the champingplace, and maybe it could explain the dead of Pollard.

No Helen Lynley as the cast this time...on the menu...

will shows on TV Charlie on Friday 21.00... (if you have sat, I've but I don't know if I'm able, maybe must have card... I will see on the afternoon when the programs starts, my husband told me that we really have this cannel yesterday, should has ask him earlier, my fool...)


Bye for now

Ann-Christin

PS. If I have, I'll told you :P DS

It isn\'t what I do, but how I do it. It isn\'t what I say, but how I say it, and how I look when I do it and say it.
Mae West

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05 Jul 2006 14:38 #1109379584 by Ginny
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It sounds very interesting. I have not seen the last episode of the prevous series. I am not sure when I'll see IL again. I hope it is soon.

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27 Jul 2006 20:36 #1109379648 by webmistress
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OK just a few lines here the review is up in the All Projects section for those who like to have details.

I have the feeling that this is very cleverly written. It interweaves at least four narratives and is also big fun to watch. The ghost story starts as a children’s joke and turns out to become really hauntingly scary. Havers is back in her child-days, reminiscing and finding out that there were happy memories to her family, too, not just the bad ones. Lynley is completely displaced in that camping / caravan site and it is a hoot to watch him driving with his Bristol 410 there – which is consequently getting a huge (expensive) scratch all over the door. :ohmy:

Nice banters between Lynley and Havers, a good storyline and a strange lonely and sad mood of decay over the supposedly happy seaside park make a lovely episode which I am sure you gonna watch more than once to get all the atmosphere that’s in this one. :)

I have the feeling that the scriptwriters desperately want to add a new touch to the series. :unsure: Not sure if it's working all the time, but there have been some nice ideas in this one.

Cheers!

webmistress

Post edited by: webmistress, at: 2006/07/27 22:36

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27 Jul 2006 21:32 #1109379650 by Martina
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Hi,

this story is after my fancy, this one reflects my motto....there is no chance in life, everything is connected...what a pleasure!

here we go:

someone die in the mudflat of England`s south coast. It`s a informant called Polland, he`s shot dead. So Lynley and Havers are called to clear up the case.
Because of the late summer vacation they get no hotel and have to stay in a caravan settlement for the holidays by the sea, Havers knows it very well, because she spent her holidays there with her family.

The situations are funny enough. Havers reacted like a child and Lynley....guess what.!?They share this caravan, share the bathroom, the dwelling is quite simple, ( very stylish I must say)guess what.!? Havers and Lynley in a local pub, asking Lynley for a dance, guess what!? someone "hurts" his beloved car ( only a scratch), guess what!?
Lynley himself has his own funny highlight, while following (running) for the assumed hitman..sorry I don`t want you to know to much, I was only laughing ....better than the dialogues in "lethal weapon"
Heavers sings a karaoke with one of her old youth friends Carly Baker.......

Ok ok, there is a crime plot, a terrific and complex script by the way. The story has tempo and Havers and L ynley show a relaxed and close relationship, while are looking for the suspects,(watch out for the odd people) a lot of them during a lot of more suspects and turnarounds. We have contact with the mafia and Lynley has nerve to dare "the boss"

But like I said before, this story has a lot of turnarounds, and nothing seems to be like before. Havers is confronted with her real past (remember the brother) old friends are not what they seem, a GHOST is unhappy and is looking for poetic justice.....

..and I think this episode is believable and a real pleasure. An other joke:

Charles Dickens is a famous habitant from Kent.

So enjoy the plot, sloppy Lynley, the new smart dialogues with there assistant Winston and the short but nice appearance of Mrs. Helen Lynley!

So goodbye for now

Martina

There is no chance in life, everything is connected!

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29 Jul 2006 15:08 #1109379652 by danny
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Hi, i saw this episode some weeks ago and it made me really angry. This episode gives the caravan sides a very bad name. i happen to own a static caravan in Scotland and can leave the door onlocked the whole year without things disappearing or destroyed. Also, this episode looks much alike the french series "Dolmen". Who copied who?

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