Wednesday, January 07, 2004

A Tale of Two State Televisions

Tonight I've just watched Murder Rooms, or to be precise, what I supposed to be Murder Rooms. This is another example of British quality television – innovative and interesting take on the whole Sherlock Holmes mythology, with Charles Edwards doing wonderful job as young Arthur Conan Doyle and Ian Richardson being very effective as his mentor Dr. Bell (and model for his fictional creation). Unfortunately, quality of BBC production again came together with sloppiness of Croatian state television – first movie in the series was never aired.


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