When the widow of artist Pierre Sarcelle pays a visit, Phryne is reminded of the time she spent in post-war Paris ten years earlier, posing nude for the renowned painter. Meanwhile, Bert and Cec witness a fellow war veteran/pal die in a hit-and-run car accident. Believing it to be no accident, they ask their sleuth boss to look into it.Written by
L. Hamre/revised by statmanjeff
I love this show, however in this episode a date was mentioned, January 1990. I believe the show is set in the late 1920's, the date mentioned was a reference to the past. I feel like detective Miss Fisher.
It is wonderful to see my hometown, Melbourne fashioned in this era. As I now live in the United States I do not know if there will be more than two seasons. I hope there is, as I really enjoy the marvelous costumes, makeup and the action sequences. Miss fisher is somewhat of a local James Bond if you will, stylish, daring and wickedly charming. It's refreshing to see a period piece once again from Australia, it's something we do best.
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