I apologise that the review is rather late but I completely forgot about it! This week though we have a focus on the Rostov’s, the Bolkonsky’s and Boris Drubetskoy climbing the social ladder.
Drama is the only word to describe the happenings in War and Peace. We finished last weeks show with Pierre challenging Dolokhov to a duel after finding out that Dolokhov was sleeping with his wife Helene.
Who survives that challenge?
There was a lot to get our heads around last week, especially if you have never read the book. So any characters and stories to get to know. Now that I have names and stories sorted in my head I’m sure it’ll only get better. Continue reading War and Peace : Episode 2
Another BBC adaptation of a classic to feast our eyes on already in 2016. A all star cast leads one beautiful show.
I have never read “War and Peace” and have no real idea whether I’ll like it or not but the trailers caught my attention so here I am.
Another late review where it comes to the Musketeers but a episode that might really peak my interest once more with the series.
Another turning point perhaps?
The reason this review is so late is that I thought we had a two week break and completely missed the episode. It wasn’t until I randomly went on iPlayer to look for something else that I realised I’d missed a episode.
I’m still completely amazed that they thought it was a good idea to have two gaps in between the last three episodes and it really made Emilie stand out, and in a bad way too, so we’ll have to see if they can pick the series back up again.
I don’t get why we had a break between the two episodes but we did. I’ve been told there might be another break between this episode and the next.
If anything what it has done is kill the steam the series had going for it. But how much?