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  • Actors: Peter Krause, Michael C. Hall, Frances Conroy, Lauren Ambrose, Freddy Rodríguez
  • Producers: Laurence Andries, Robert Del Valle
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Dutch, Arabic, Finnish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 4 April 2005
  • Run Time: 780 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000777UG8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,624 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

The complete third season of the U.S. drama series created by American Beauty writer, Alan Ball. Six Feet Under takes a darkly comic look at a dysfunctional L.A. Family running an independent funeral home. This season, thanks to the financial contributions of their mortician, Frederico, Fisher & Sons has become Fisher & Diaz, and the Fisher family members face major adjustments as they open a new chapter in their professional and personal relationships. Includes all 13 episodes from season three.

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Thanks to the financialcontributions of their mortician, Frederico, Fisher & Sons hasbecome Fisher & Diaz, and the Fisher family members face majoradjustments as they open a new chapter in their professional andpersonal relationships.

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By "cterry_1985" on 17 April 2005
Format: DVD
After Season One and Two, season three takes a decidedly different turn. While Season One was about discovering identity, season two was about friends, family and lovers. Season 3 is about relationships, and change.
This isn't the same show as the first two seasons. Superfially character roles have changed largely and the people you see are mostly new. There's no Parker here, Brenda doesn't appear until the 5th episode, Nikolai's non-existent, as is assistant Robbie.
On a deeper level the show is darker, more subdued, more brooding. It is a tribute to the show's actors that if they didn't have the gravitas that they do the show would seem slow, but in actual fact it seems breathtaking up until the eventual climax of the last four actors which is just breathtaking television in every meaning of the phrase.
Six Feet Under, fantastic television.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Feb. 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Along with The Sopranos- this is, at least to my mind, the greatest of all tv shows. The acting, writing and direction are absolutely briiliant. This is top notch and has developed since the first two seasons into something that can still shock and surprise but finds new and interesting ways to keep you watching. With the arrival of Arthur in this season- a brilliantly absurd chracter and the strange goings on in the Fisher home this is just as good as what has preceeded it. Then there is the episode where David and Keith play paintball (all slow A-Team action and superb over the top music) how can anyone say that this show was on the wane at this point? Compare it to the likes of Lost (all surface) and Desperate Houswives (Again- all surface) and this show leaves them lying in the dirt. If you have never seen Six Feet Under then i suggest you watch American Beauty first (written by this shows creator) as that will set the template for what you will see here.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 6 May 2008
Format: DVD
Season 3 of six feet under is a good series but isnt as good as the first two,where season one was very quirky and season 2 could be accused of being dark with comical undertones,season 3 is more raw and real and forces the viewer little in the way of watching what happens as it happens,depression rears a very ugly head here and draws the viewer in,painfully.
The first episode of season 3 is stunning and chilling,taking off from the cliffhanger found at the end of season two,brilliantly written and challenging to everyone involved,thereafter we get to see the characters develop without fairytale or comical loop,these are bleak,meaningful yet meaningless people all forced to co-exist and daggers are behind everyones back for the next victim,well this is a metaphor,stick with me hey.
This is still great tv but a fallback from the glories found on the first two series but stick with this,you know you will,3 stars.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By G. Lewis on 13 Aug. 2005
Format: DVD
The first two series of this show are probably the best television I've seen in the last decade. It's the closest I think television has ever come to the complexity and subtlety of written fiction.
That's what makes this third season so disappointing. It's probably better than 90% of the relationship dramas out there, well - written, well - acted for the most part, and cleverly thought out. Nor is the problem that it's lost its focus. If anything, this is where the main flaw lies. This time around it focuses entirely on the relationships and in a peculiarly psychoanalytical style. The effect is that often every character appears to be talking like a therapist, or visiting them. I don't deny that this is a big part of american culture, but it makes for pretty flat drama. As a result, the series seems to coast along and it relies on gripping the audience by throwing in the biggies [someone gets an abortion, someone else dies, someone is caught cheating], which seem more like plot devices than organic to the story line. Equally, the series has been "sexed up", but in a bizarre way, so that most of the sex that takes place in the show seems stuck in the same framework of therapy and "working out who we are to each other" that dominates the show. Certain characters, like Clare's art teacher, never really develop other than as sexual signposts in this regard. Even the deaths at the begining of the show, previously so seamlessly interweaved into the plots, feel more contrived, random, perverse, like the deaths in "dead like me".
Neither of the first two series would have been this lazy. I haven't seen the fourth series yet, so maybe they can turn it around. If not, then there's no shame, because the first two series will stand up in ten, twenty years time, and how many American or UK drama series can you really say that about?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 11 May 2013
Format: DVD
Got to say I was left a little disappointed by this series after the brilliance of the first two seasons. Big departure in style and content, with hardly any focuss on each episode's deceased "intake" character at the beginning. Where are all the surreal scenes where the corpse has conversations with whoever is working on them? A staple part of the first two seasons that's been sadly cut back. Also there are far less of the alternate reality scenes where a character imagines how a conversation might play out (usually with a spectacular meltdown of some kind!) and a lot less weirdness and surreal moments in general. The writing just didn't seem as slick and sharp to me as in the first two seasons.

Season 3 seems to take itself a lot more serious than 1 and 2, and to be honest, even for a show set in a funeral home, it can get a bit depressing! Some great character development, especially with Claire and her burgeoning talent as an artist and Nate's adjustment to family life. The epic paintball episode aside though, I thought David and Keith's story sort of went nowhere, and Ruth's weird relationship with the decidedly odd Arthur was a bit of a damp squib.

There were some very good parts as well however, especially the first episode and the building tension in the last three is great, though I felt it could all have built to something a bit more, and sort of fizzles out a bit.
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