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The House of Eliott: The Complete Collection [DVD]
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Set in the 1920s, this stunning drama tells the story of two sisters, Beatrice and Evangeline Eliott who fi nd themselves penniless when their wealthy, philandering father dies. Unable to rely on their inheritance as they had planned, they go into the dressmaking business. Soon The House of Eliott is the smartest, most prestigious establishment in London. Family scandals, business rivalries, dramatic love affairs, The House of Eliott is a rich tapestry of the times unfurling over thirty-four compelling and irresistible episodes.
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They don't make em like this any more, becuase it seems to me that modern drama is afraid to ask you to care about flawed characters, and flawed they all are. Bea is passionate to the point of obsession - prickly, rude and difficult to be with. Jack can be selfish and demanding. Evie can be short sighted and self obsessed. But they are all wonderful none the less, you love them becuase they are real people. All the characters are brilliant, Tilly, Madge and Agnes the seamstresses, Lydia and Arthur in the first series and wonderufl, wonderful Penelope who is gone all too quickly but burns very brightly. Everyone even the guest stars are multi-layered, flawed, wonderful characters allowed time to grow slowly so you truly care about them. The relationship between Jack and Bea in particular is a tour de force, one of the very best depictions of love(and hate) you'll see, I promise you.Read more ›
Love it, and I recieved a refund on part of the cost as the price of the DVD, so even better.
Totally recommend it, hugely enjoyable.
In series 2, disc 2, I found that Episode 4, although correctly headlined, contains, on playing, Episode 5.
Episode 5, is correctly identified and plays 5.
It means therefore that there are, on the disc, two Episodes five, and no Episode 4.
The series, this apart, is excellent, and the quality of the recording is also excellent.
I don't know whether it is possible to have a correct disc, but I imagine that the whole run of the recording
process would be the same. If there is an amended disc available, I woould certainly welcome being provided with
one. It is a shame that an otherwise excellent box set is so disappointing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this series and it is a delight to be able to watch it again.Published 4 hours ago by Amazon Customer
It's such an awful drivel, I even checked now if it was not an American production. Not a single sensible remark, event or character in this miscarriage for the two ladies... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Serendipity
When I ordered The House of Eliott collection the advert pictured a different set that I wanted . Each DVD was in its own hard plastic cover in a file . Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patricia Reynard
Arrived on time. Bought it for my wife. She seems to like watching it. I haven't so can't comment on what it is like.Published 3 months ago by Hoppy
fantastic but a very unfinished ending .should there be a last disc?Published 5 months ago by frank russell