Three years after the death of artist Pedro Castera, his painting The Storm is unveiled as being recently completed. His college contemporary Adelle Bernheim and her husband travel to ... See full summary »

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Joe Bernheim
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Priest
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Margarita Castera
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Tomas
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Three years after the death of artist Pedro Castera, his painting The Storm is unveiled as being recently completed. His college contemporary Adelle Bernheim and her husband travel to Pedro's native village where, after meeting with initial hostility, they are told how the ghost of Pedro enabled one of the villagers to complete the work. Written by don @ minifie-1

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21 June 1960 (USA)  »

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The Painting
16 April 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Last episode of the second season tells the story of a mysterious painting that catches the attention of a visiting married couple named Adelle & Joe(played by Rebecca Welles & Lee Bergere). Adelle once knew the painter named Pedro, who had died three years previously, so how is it credited to him when this painting was only recently finished? She claims a fraud has occurred, but is met with steadfast denials and resistance, until she tracks down Pedro's mother and a blind man with a most unique connection to the dead man and his talent... Marginal episode is mostly obvious but does create at least a fairly interesting setting.


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