Well-done, well-acted mystery movie! Great scenery shots! I recommend it!
"The Daggers Club"? There are four murders, two by electrocution, one by being crushed in a press, and one by a dagger. People love mystery novels and miss one who has been dead for three years. But he's not dead. He's been hiding out but he's becomes a victim too. "Murder by magic" has the typical slanderous behavior and attitude towards the Church and anyone who goes there. Concurrently the old paganism of centuries past is promoted. What an attitude! One clear point of Midsomer Murders is that if you have money then you can really do some damage to other people. Poor people struggle to stay alive and can't afford to mess with anyone else's existence. Neil Dudgeon is such a hammy actor. The Ballad of Midsomer County" proves I am no real fan of folk music. This episode dragged out too long for me. But not before we have the usual three murders and the painful revelation of infidelities and people telling others who about them that they have put their money and hopes on the wrong person. "A Vintage Murder" is nothing to order a second time. Whoever wrote this and approved of I for production must have been laughing all the way to the bank. A grieving mother with agoraphobia. A therapist was actually caused that phobia and now, out of guilt, treats the patient? A vinery owner who proposes that his wife start sleeping with the man who wants to take over the vinery to prevent the take over? Would somebody like to explain away the old statement "money is the root of all evil"? Give someone power over others and then get away from them asap.
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