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Scott & Bailey (Series 3) - 2-DVD Set ( Scott & Bailey - Series Three ) [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.2.4 Import - United Kingdom ]

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United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2.4 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), English ( Subtitles ), ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: 2-DVD Set, Anamorphic Widescreen, Behind the scenes, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Suranne Jones and Lesley Sharp return in the hit ITV drama. The professional and personal lives of DC Rachel Bailey and DC Janet Scott continue to bring drama, surprises and gripping tension. Janet begins to get her life in order to concentrate on her role as acting DS. Meanwhile Rachel, who has been facing scrutiny over her brother's murder of her ex-boyfriend, has settled uneasily into sharing her life with Sean. But the detectives are about to feel the heat. Rob Waddington (Danny Miller) arrives as a permanent DS, Rachel's devil-may-care attitude threatens her relationship with Janet and the ongoing murder case comes to a head in a shocking, thrilling climax. ...Scott & Bailey (Series 3) - 2-DVD Set ( Scott & Bailey - Series Three )

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  • Actors: Suranne Jones, Lesley Sharp, Amelia Bullmore, David Prosho, Tony Mooney
  • Directors: China Moo-Young, Morag Fullarton
  • Producers: Scott & Bailey (Series 3) - 2-DVD Set ( Scott & Bailey - Series Three ), Scott & Bailey (Series 3) - 2-DVD Set, Scott & Bailey - Series Three
  • Format: Import, PAL, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: 2Entertain
  • Run Time: 400.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00C6BFIYE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #113,822 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This riveting series is anything but "chocolate box," rather it is set in the gritty environs of Manchester. The writers, actors, directors, and entire team have created one of the best and under-rated British suspense series out there. Lesley Sharp, magnificent in other BBC series, brings her considerable talent to playing Detective Constable Janet Scott. She is well-matched by the extremely nuanced Suranne Jones as the much less stable Detective Constable Rachel Bailey. They are members of the Metropolitan Police Major Incidents Team (MIT) , headed by another wonderfully strong actor and writer, Amelia Bullmore, as Detective Chief Inspector Gill Murray. Primary writer Sally Wainwright does a bang-up job. There is clever exploration of the tensions of maintaining professional and private relationships, and the struggle for women bosses and their subordinates to find that challenging balance of authority and respect.

In Season Three, Nicola Walker enters the framework with an incredible performance as the deeply disturbed Helen Bartlett, daughter of murder victim Eunice Bevan. This begins an epic 8 episode continuous story-arc, almost impossible to stop watching. The gore is a bit less than previous seasons, but the tension is notched-up, as Scott and Bailey experience a massive challenge to their friendship after a reckless and disrespectful decision of Rachel's. Oh, and we get to meet her horrendous mother, which explains a lot.

The story trajectory begins with the investigation of a gruesome death of a neighbor of Janet's, Eunice Bevan, an elderly woman who lived in squalor with her bedridden husband. The MIT team discovers that aside from Helen Bartlett, there may be other siblings missing; the family history is horrible.
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This is a Region 2 DVD and will only play on a Region 2 or a Region Free DVD player. It has not been released in Region 1 (North American) format yet.

It is hard to believe that Scott and Bailey is already on its third series. When it hit our screens just two short years ago it was like a breath of fresh air. There are many police procedural programmes on TV these days that the majority of them seem to merge into one, but this programme was sufficiently different that it achieved a good following and further series were assured. Like the second series, this time around we had eight episodes to go with the six in the first series for a total of 22 so far.

Janet Scott (Lesley Sharpe) and Rachel Bailey (Suranne Jones) are two overworked detectives from the fictional Manchester Metropolitan Police. Although they have a somewhat tempestuous relationship, they are normally best friends. However, they are quite different in character, with Janet being the older, steadier character whilst Rachel is much more volatile although her leaps of imagination are often the factor which provides the breakthrough in difficult crimes.

In the third series, Janet and Rachel start off at a low point in their personal relationship, which remains under pressure throughout. Rachel soon has doubts about her recent marriage whilst Janet has yet to fully come to terms with her own break up. Meanwhile an interesting assortment of cases come the team's way, usually involving murder most foul. However, one of the strengths of this series is that, in a departure from the norm, the personal lives of those involved often take centre stage and this is the case for a lot of the time here.
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I have not received #3 yet, but have seen it on PBS. I have #1 & #2, and the plot lines, and realistic detective work by two very competent female detectives in the area of Manchester is fabulous. I hope this series runs for5+ years, as is one of the best detective tales I have seen. Well written script, excellent direction.
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If you love Happy Valley, you'll love Scott & Bailey. The reason? The amazing Sally Wainwright is one of the creators AND the writer (she also wrote Last Tango in Halifax.) I have not seen this yet (I've pre-ordered it) but if Seasons 1 and 2 are any indication, I can't wait for the package with the little curvy arrow to show up on my doorstep.
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This ends a most enjoyable series. Great musical background, well written screenplay and human interest. I'll miss not having a series 4 and beyond.
This production is complete with excellent actors, interesting and fast moving stories and seems quite realistic. The best part is there is no censorship, like on PBS, and you hear and see with the producers want you to hear and see. A more adult experience.
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This riveting series is anything but "chocolate box," rather it is set in the gritty environs of Manchester. The writers, actors, directors, and entire team have created one of the best and under-rated British suspense series out there. Lesley Sharp, magnificent in other BBC series, brings her considerable talent to playing Detective Constable Janet Scott. She is well-matched by the extremely nuanced Suranne Jones as the much less stable Detective Constable Rachel Bailey. They are members of the Metropolitan Police Major Incidents Team (MIT) , headed by another wonderfully strong actor and writer, Amelia Bullmore, as Detective Chief Inspector Gill Murray. Primary writer Sally Wainwright does a bang-up job. There is clever exploration of the tensions of maintaining professional and private relationships, and the struggle for women bosses and their subordinates to find that challenging balance of authority and respect.

In Season Three, Nicola Walker enters the framework with an incredible performance as the deeply disturbed Helen Bartlett, daughter of murder victim Eunice Bevan. This begins an epic 8 episode continuous story, almost impossible to stop watching. The gore is a bit less than previous seasons, but the tension is notched-up, as Scott and Bailey experience a massive challenge to their friendship after a reckless and disrespectful decision of Rachel's. Oh, and we get to meet her horrendous mother, which explains a lot.

The story trajectory begins with the investigation of a gruesome death of a neighbor of Janet's, Eunice Bevan, an elderly woman who lived in squalor with her bedridden husband. The MIT team discovers that aside from Helen Bartlett, there may be other siblings missing; the family history is horrible.
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