Mysteries of Lisbon

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Mysteries of Lisbon - Part 1
A masterful adaptation of the eponymous nineteenth-century Portuguese novel (by Camilo Castelo Branco) evokes the complex intertwined narratives of Victor Hugo and Charles Dickens. The core story centers on Joao,…
Mysteries of Lisbon - Part 2
A masterful adaptation of the eponymous nineteenth-century Portuguese novel (by Camilo Castelo Branco) evokes the complex intertwined narratives of Victor Hugo and Charles Dickens. The core story centers on Joao,…

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Elisheva

Had a lot of potential but really fell flat in the end. It was painful to watch at times because it was so bad. The acting was uneven and the story had no point. The captions disappeared at several points in the second episode. Dickens this is not.

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