Thursday, January 10, 2013
Thankfully, in the third season, the storyline regained some balance. Lady Mary's wedding dress with the softly lowered waistline was exquisite as was a suit she wore with an asymmetrical lapel. Each scene was beautifully framed, and we finally got to see some wide angled views of the houses.
Shirley McClain was a grotesque figure of her former self, a mishmash of plastic surgery and normal aging, but I liked her whacky, sometimes wise, American character.
Watch out, though. Bates has a dark side. How dark? I don't think we know yet.
Anyway, I'm hooked. I've always been hooked.
Posted by Louise Plummer at 10:49 AM