This mini-series, based on Joanna Trollope's novel, explores the internal politics and scandals of a British cathedral choir school. It features the singing voice of first-time actor and ...
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When a crusade against the Church of England's practice of self-enrichment misfires, scandal taints the cozy community of Barchester when their local church becomes the object of a scathing, investigative report.
When Alex Loding passes Brat Farrar in the street, he's struck by Brat's uncanny resemblance to Simon Ashby. Simon had a older twin brother, Patrick, who disappeared a decade ago, and was ... See full summary »
This mini-series, based on Joanna Trollope's novel, explores the internal politics and scandals of a British cathedral choir school. It features the singing voice of first-time actor and boy treble soloist Anthony Way, a real-life student at the St. Paul's Cathedral Choral School in London. Written by
Fine acting by veteran cast of David Warner, Jane Asher, and, especially, James Fox, as the Machiavellian Dean. Nicholas Farrel is also good as the choirmaster, and Cathryn Harrison is excellent as a woman coming into herself as a person (after the departure of her uncommunicative husband), while trying to protect her prodigy son without holding him back. Harrison, Rex's granddaughter, is also a natural beauty.
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