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  • Murder on the Orient Express

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    S 12 : Ep 3 - 12/25/10

    While travelling from Istanbul to London on the Orient Express, Poirot is approached by the shady American traveller Samuel Ratchett, who wants to hire him as a protector. Ratchett is soon found dead, with multiple stab wounds.

    With the train trapped in a deep snow drift, the immediate evidence points to a killer who boarded and left the train, but Poirot finds a bewildering mass of clues and suspects, including a Russian princess, a German maid, a Hungarian diplomat and his wife, and a Swedish missionary. Ratchett proves to have been a mobster responsible for the kidnapping and murder of an American child. In the end, Poirot turns his back on the rule of law in favour of natural justice.

    For more, see recap.moreless
  • Episode 4

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    S 1 : Ep 4 - 8/11/09

    Hunt asks Fred to keep an eye on Annie, to stop her getting into any trouble, while he is off travelling to the Holy Land.What he doesn't count on is Fred himself being seduced by her and the pair of them starting an affair.Upon his return Hunt sees that Annie's behaviour is much improved, completely unaware as to what has been happening behind his back.So happy is he, in fact, that he proposes to her!
    Now Millais is no longer working closely with Ruskin, the art critic decides it's time that he had a new protégé, so goes calling on an excited Rossetti.With the prospect of a real future in the arts, Rossetti finally gets around to asking Lizzie to be his wife.
    Having heard the news of the impending nuptials, the newly-wed Millais extolls the virtues of marriage to his two friends, something which only serves to make them more nervous.moreless
  • Episode 3

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    S 1 : Ep 3 - 8/4/09

    Rossetti and Hunt become jealous when John Millais secures the backing of Ruskin.Will their friendship remain intact?
    After being commissioned to paint Effie Ruskin, the beautiful, lonely and bored wife of John, Millais learns that the couple have never consumated their marriage, causing him to come to a sudden realisation: he is supposed to sleep with her.
    While his friends ponder it, Millais remains horrified at the idea, thinking of the scandal it would cause.He resolves himself to doing without the help of John Ruskin and walking away from the chance to further his career, which is easier said than done when it dawns on him how much he loves Effie.moreless
  • Episode 2

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    S 1 : Ep 2 - 7/28/09

    In order to impress Ruskin the Brotherhood need to paint a "masterpiece", a task taken up by John Millais.He starts to create a piece called Ophelia, using Lizzie Siddal as his model, a move that angers Rossetti who believes she is his muse and his work will be no good without her.Off on his own Hunt sets about making his own painting using a street girl called Annie Miller as the model.
    Hunt struggles with his conflicting religious beliefs and desires when he falls for Annie's charms.That is not the only thing the Brotherhood have to worry about, however, as Lizzie falls critically ill while sitting for the Ophelia painting, something Millais fails to notice as his thoughts wander towards Effie Ruskin, wife of John.The diagnosis of pneumonia throws the whole project, and the Brotherhoods chances of fame, into turmoil, however Rossetti is only concerned about the woman he loves.moreless
  • Episode 1

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    S 1 : Ep 1 - 7/21/09

    Dante Rossetti, William Holman Hunt and John Millais want it all: money,fame and sex.
    They name themselves the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and set out to cause a stir with their new way of painting, something the world of that time doesn't seem ready for.They have a fan in the form of journalist Fred Walters, however, who tries to help them by finding a model for them to paint.In steps Lizzie Siddal, a girl who captures the imagination of all three men leading to arguements over who gets to paint her first.
    Having finally managed to secure an exhibition of their work, the men try and get one of the most famous art critics to attend: John Ruskin.But will he come? And will he approve of what they have done?moreless