Clatterford: Season 3 (DVD)
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Also, it's just so blasted funny to see what women get up to when they are in the "freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose" stage of life.
Jannifer Saunders is totally genius and her dialogue frees up all the actors, especially the fabulous Dawn French, to go mad.
If this show is ending because of lack of audience interest, that's a shame. If it is ending because Saunders feels she's ready to move on, well we can await her next venture enthusiastically. Ricky Gervais, another genius comedy writer/actor, always manages to know when to leave us laughing and go on to the next new-new thing too.
To quote Pauline McLynn, "More anon!" We hope...
Clatterford is about a group of people who live in a small town (I guess they would say village) in the UK called Clatterford. These people are for the most part fairly "eccentric" and all of them are fun to watch.
One main focus of this season concerns Sal's trying to cut the apron strings with her adult daughter who returned home with a child and who recently married. The daughter, husband and child are living in an old library bookmobile that they have converted. Only problem, they have it parked in Sal's driveway. It takes a lot of effort to move them - and then they don't get all that far.
Sal, who lost her husband at the start of the first season, may have found a love interest. He is a very tall Scotsman working on converting a barn behind Sal's house. They do not get along at first, but that starts to change. Charles Dance is involved here - thanks to Rosie.
Rosie is played by Dawn French - and she is great in this part. Poor Rosie has a split personality, but she is relatively harmless. She does get into some "interesting" situations and wears some very odd clothes.
The vicar finds a love interest among the regular characters - believe it or not.
There is lots more going on that is truly funny and entertaining as well. I think the interview when Sal joins the gym is priceless.
Watch the first two seasons then take a look at this one. You won't be sorry. Too bad this is the last season.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hoping to get the other Seasons in region 1 format, love the little Clatterford community!Published 13 months ago by Laury S.
Odd characters and story lines. It did not catch my ongoing interest.Published 15 months ago by Magda Del
Disappointed. Love Dawn French, but this was just plain boring. Did not watch entire series.Published 21 months ago by DebC
Seriously smart and funny. Also known as Jam and Jerusalem. Really good acting, writing, music, landscape, etc.Published 21 months ago by Colleen