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35% of people buy Mr Selfridge - Season Three and Mr Selfridge - Series 2 ~ DVD.
Brilliant script, some characters so lifelike you think you know them or someone like them
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Mr Selfridge is a British period drama TV show about Harry Gordon Selfridge and his London department store Selfridge & Co.
Season 3, includes 10 episodes.
All sales are final as Harry Selfridge gambles his store, his fortune, and his personal happiness on an audacious retail strategy in Mr. Selfridge, Season 3.
Season 3 opens with a funeral and a wedding. World War I has recently ended, and soldiers are returning home to reclaim their jobs—at least any job not already taken by women and others on the home front. Adding to the tension, many of the veterans are haunted by their war experiences. For the store, pent-up consumer demand offers both opportunities and financial perils. Harry, of course, only considers the former, and in short order he is courting disaster—at work and at home.
With three-time Emmy® winner Jeremy Piven back as the irrepressible Harry, also returning are colorful characters: the sinister Lord Loxley (Aidan McArdle), defeated last season but back to make even more dastardly trouble; Josie Mardle (Amanda Abbington), the diffident department head who finally takes control of her own destiny, and Agnes Towler (Aisling Loftus) and Henri LeClair (Grégory Fitoussi), wizards of window display who find true love, but not without difficulty.
Mr Selfridge Reviews
“Mr. Selfridge is another period-drama creation from the mastermind creative genius Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice) who is renowned for his vast range of work in costume drama. Taking a story based on the novel "Shopping, Seduction, and Mr. Selfridge” written by the author Lindy Woodhead, the series takes a look at that genius marketing behind the sparkling showmanship and pizazz that helped to create the Selfridge shopping empire in London during the retailing period beginning within the early part of the 1900's.
The show is fun on multiple-levels and with a uniquely unfolding story penned with great creativity by a screenwriter as talented as Davies, it helps to keep it all interesting for the journey. Davies is assisted with some additional talents as well. The show's writing is complemented with additional script-work by Kate Brooke and Kate O'Riordan too. The direction is by Jon Jones, John Strickland, Anthony Byrne, and Michael Keillor. It's wonderful to see a show with a high-caliber style.
This series has good pace, style, and it ultimately contains a unique blend of drama, comedic sensibilities, and artistic grace that absolutely is owed in part to solid directing. The sets, costumes, and cinematography are excellent additions to a well-structured foundation in the craft behind-the-scenes. This is impressive and it is a notable aspect.
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