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Fog and Crimes: Series 2

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(In Italian with English Subtitles) A passion for solving difficult cases makes Franco Soneri Ferraras best investigator but also its most difficult. At crimes scenes he stands apart, inscrutable, chomping on a cigar and trying to see what others are missing. Hes brusque and irascible but he and his team manage to discover what others would like to keep hidden: addictions, pedophilia, secret loves, and even old injustices left over from World War II. His skill at the job may help him get at the truth, but it takes its toll on his relationship with the beautiful Ukrainian lawyer, Angela Cornelio. Filmed on location in the atmospheric countryside of northern Italy, these mysteries are based on the bestselling crime novels by Valerio Varesi. Episode 1: The Winter Sea - Two senior citizens are found at the bottom of the river in their car. Was it suicide...or homicide? Episode 2: Lost Children - Inspector Soneri offers to take an orphan boy home with him in an effort to solve a murder case. Episode 3: No Sign of Stopping - Inspector Soneri investigates a hit-and-run fatality, and he and Angela discuss the idea of starting a family. Episode 4: A Doll's House - Soneri investigates the brutal killing of a prostitute, while Angela travels back to Kiev for personal as well as professional reasons. Episode 5: Parental Rating A popular teenaged girl from a well-known family is found killed. Inspector Soneri and his team learn that she was making secret trips to Bologna. Episode 6: False Papers Inspector Soneri is all ready for a reassignment to headquarters in Rome, when a case comes up he cant walk away from. A local high-profile attorney is found dead in his apartment, and there seems to be a connection between him and Soneris ex-girlfriend, Angela.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Luca Barbareschi, Natasha Stefanenko, Gianlucca Gobbi, Paolo De Vita, Mariano Rigillo
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Italian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: MHz Networks
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Run Time: 576 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008UDXBLE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,853 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Series 2 confirms all the highs and lows of series 1 (please see my other review), but with a few differences. This time, the relationship between Soneri and lawyer Cornelio is mostly strained and confrontational. Cornelio's fiercely independent and secretive nature rubs Soneri's suspicious, dominant personality the wrong way. While still being a dedicated, brilliant detective, Soneri is often cranky and frustrated as his cases seem to take a toll on him. The prospect of him moving to Rome to head an anti-terrorist squad comes up in each episode and is quite tiresome: why not wait until the last two or three episodes to hint that the series as we know it is about to end? Go figure. But when all is said and done, all the good things I loved about series 1 are still there and I can't help but clap my hands and exclaim: Bravo!
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I enjoy all of the international mysteries on MHZ, and have sampled most of them. Soneri's character is a believable, dedicated investigator, but his relationship to Angela, his lawyer girlfriend, leaves me cold. I hope he eventually terminates their relationship and moves to Rome where he will be facing the challenges of running a counterterrorism department. The writers could work more on developing the characters around Soneri, such as the forensics doctor, his superior, and his assistant. The rest all seem to blend into the background of fog. Is there really that much fog in Ferrara?
Despite my obvious criticisms, I woud still watch all of the series, as the stories are very unpredictable and interesting. The scenery is great, and the main character, Franco Soneri is wonderful.
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Love FOG AND CRIMES ... it's a tad dark, but somehow the character development drew me in the first time I saw it so that, when we lost our MHz Network outlet (well, and because MHz stopped broadcasting it), we lived with the absence until we couldn't. A Christmastime sale or something caught our eyes, and we took the opportunity to buy both FOG AND CRIMES and INSPECTOR MANARA. I highly recommend this DVD - but if you're unfamiliar with this Italian mystery (of course there are subtitles) you may want to search for an episode online somewhere first; otherwise, just buy it!
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Beautifully and easily intelligible Italian, nicely shot, well acted, but not very cinematically attractive. Shot thru a blue like filter with most scenes in foggy or grey setting with even indoor shots with dulled color. Visually unattractive. The lead, while a good actor, doesn't really carry the character as the dialogue is apparently attempting make him. The stories seem derivative of other mystery writers like Camillieri, and not as well worked.
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Great story line. Subtitles can be a pain but I knew that when I ordered the first two seasons. Scenery in Italy is interesting and the acting is very good, except for any fight scenes which can be pretty hookey. Chemistry between Luca and Natasha is fun to watch. I'll be getting series 3.
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By EMN on January 23, 2014
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I am really loving the Fog and Crimes series. Everything is good, dialogue, characters, and location. Although the setting is in a different part of Italy, if you enjoyed watching Inspector Montalbano I am sure you will like Fog and Crimes.
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Extraordinary show. I can't wait to watch Season 3. Exceptional acting; exceptional actors. So many of the series with subtitles in English are worth it. I will explore more international series. Well worth the price.
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A good bottle of Valpolicella, some pasta and sugo and you're good to go.
Set in northern Italy, thee fog and chill is felt, the scripts are great and the acting is
molto beni.
Can't miss.
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