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Father Brown

  • 2020
  • Season 8
  • 10 episodes
  • Drama
  • Mystery

Summary

Drama based on the stories by GK Chesterton, about a crime-solving Roman Catholic priest.

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Episode 8: The Curse of the Aesthetic

Summary

When a tortured artist is murdered, Father Brown must discover who committed the crime before it is too late. Starring Mark Williams and Sorcha Cusack

Review

“If there are any more crimes in this place, we’ll have to take up residency,” snaps Inspector Mallory (Jack Deam) as the death rate at Milton Manor in Kembleford reaches Midsomer Murders levels. The suicide of an artist’s beautiful muse, Isabella (Grainne O’Mahony),
is just the start.

At an exhibition dedicated to her life, a bust of Isabella’s likeness is defaced, there’s an attempt to kill one of the guests and finally someone really is murdered. Meanwhile, the handsome young artist, Benjamin Milton (George Webster), is behaving very erratically.

There are countless suspects, although you’ll be hard pressed to solve this convoluted mystery as quickly as dear old Father Brown (Mark Williams) does.

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Languages
English
Formats
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Credits

Cast

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Father BrownMark Williams
Mrs McCarthySorcha Cusack
Bunty WindermereEmer Kenny
Inspector MalloryJack Deam
Sergeant GoodfellowJohn Burton
Benjamin MiltonGeorge Webster

Crew

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WriterLol Fletcher
DirectorPaul Gibson
ProducerPeter Bullock
Executive producerWill Trotter

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