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Die junge Denise Lovett zieht in eine englische Kleinstadt, um eine Ausbildung als Verkäuferin anzufangen. Sie wird Angestellte im Kaufhaus `The Paradise', welches für sie zum Schauplatz großer Gefühle, Intrigen und Affären wird. The Paradise (Verweistitel: The Paradise – Haus der Träume) ist eine von der BBC produzierte britische Fernsehserie, die von 20in zwei Staffeln. "The Paradise" basierte auf dem klassischen französischen Roman "Das Paradies der Damen" von Emile Zola. Die Adaption drehte sich um Denise Lovett . Dieser kann sich die Anstellung seiner Nichte jedoch nicht mehr leisten, seit direkt gegenüber das Kaufhaus „The Paradise“ seine Türen geöffnet hat. The Paradise (): Im England des Viktorianischen Zeitalters zieht die junge Denise Lovett (Joanna Vanderham) in eine kleine Stadt, um in dem.
The Paradise. zum Trailer. Britisches Period-Drama nach dem Roman "Au Bonheur des Dames". Dieser kann sich die Anstellung seiner Nichte jedoch nicht mehr leisten, seit direkt gegenüber das Kaufhaus „The Paradise“ seine Türen geöffnet hat. The Paradise (): Im England des Viktorianischen Zeitalters zieht die junge Denise Lovett (Joanna Vanderham) in eine kleine Stadt, um in dem.
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The Paradise VideoMoray + Denise all the best moments [The Paradise S1]
The Paradise VideoMoray + Denise all the best moments [The Paradise S1]
The list is long. Since staff lives in the premises, it is a bit of Upstairs, downstairs reversed.
Olivia Hallinan Lark Rise to Candleford guest stars. The Paradise's streets' competitors co-op puts on marketing pressure while wedding plans proceed raucously.
Bonus--interesting and with Subtitles. May it live long. The Paradise comes from the creator of Larkrise to Candleford, features a couple of the same actresses, and has the same slow, quiet tone.
Coming straight off another period show that was all melodrama and scandal, I found this one a pleasant change of pace. I can understand why The Paradise was canceled after only two seasons -- a lot of viewers won't have the patience for it.
The tension is low and the story focuses on small incidents in the daily lives of the characters. There's no extramarital affairs, no shocking secrets, nobody is ever hovering on the verge of social ruin.
At least, not in season one I've yet to watch season two. The viewer basically sits back and basks in the historical costumes and settings, while mildly hoping the sympathetic characters get what they want in the end.
It's not brilliant but it's pleasant and will be a breath of fresh air for anyone tired of the soapier shows.
What an enchanting show! The Paradise is a department store set in the north east of England. The first of its kind. The shopkeepers across the street are very disgruntled as they are slowly being put out of business by the new department store.
It is beautiful. Whomever designed and decorated the sets did an amazing job! The store owner John Moray is quite creepy at first.
He has a past and you don't really know if he murdered his dead wife or not to begin with although he is obsessed with her memory.
He grew on me as the series progressed. The real star is Denise, a new employee at the Paradise she is bright and as the Victorians would put it has 'ideas way above her station'.
She wants so much more out of life than to just be an ordinary shop girl which in those days could get a girl into trouble.
I liked her a great deal. I also liked Miss Audrey played by Sara Lancashire, as the strict supervisor of ladies wear.
She really does steal the show! She is spoiled and at times annoying as she is manipulative and used to getting her own way.
But then that makes good TV. Lord Glendenning, Katherine's father purchases the entire lease for the street which puts Moray into a situation.
Unwillingly he agrees to marry Katherine but he is falling in love with Denise. He tries to break off the engagement to Katherine but she blackmails him telling him he'll lose The Paradise if he does not honor the betrothal.
Wonderful show, great characters, beautiful sets as well as heartwarming stories mixed in with a little darkness for drama.
I feel anyone who enjoyed Downton Abby may like this. Can't wait for season 2! See all reviews from the United States.
Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. I loved this series when it was screened on TV, so well made with such beautiful costumes of the period.
So I was delighted to at last get hold of both series on blu ray even though one is a Spanish import, the other American.
As I have a machine that will play different regions it was a no brainer to buy them. Series 2 from the states was a bit dearer, but what can you do if you have been after them for such a long time.
Nice to see the beautiful Joanna Vanderham in high definition, which is another reason why I bought them. Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. This cd is most entertaining as the story line is complicated with its twists and turns, the characters all have an important role to play and their personal lives are intriguing, and the sets and costumes are most appealing.
Having said all that sometimes it does drag and a few episodes are "flat" but on the whole the two seasons are captivaitng.
My husband and I watched both seasons together but he wasn't as keen on them as I was. His view is that this story would appeal more to the ladies as it does take place in a department store that caters mainly to women.
Also the dominant character is a strong minded lady and there are a lot of important female characters. We watched parts of this series about Britain's first department store, on Masterpiece Theater.
At the time, we had thought that we wouldn't buy it, because it didn't seem worthwhile. However, because of the positive reviews, I decided to give it a try.
Both my husband and I are glad that we did. The storyline seems a little slow at times, and sometimes it lacks reality, but the fantastic sets, built and furnished with such detail and design consistent with the 's in England, more than make up for it.
The acting is quite good overall, but a little lacking in intensity at times. Perhaps that was to convey the English reserve at the time.
A mystery weaves in and out of the plot, and by the end of Season One, we're still mainly in the dark as to what really happened between John Moray and his former wife.
Ah well, the unfinished story compels us to look forward to the next season with anticipation. There is the occasional discussion in the movie about immorality, and the suggestion of murder, but otherwise I consider this to be clean and recommend it for teens and adults.
See the full list. Title: The Paradise — Centers on the real-life story of the flamboyant and visionary American founder of Selfridge's, London's department store.
An adaptation of Flora Thompson's autobiographical novel "Lark Rise To Candleford", set in 19 century Oxfordshire, in which a young girl moves to the local market town to begin an apprenticeship as a postmistress.
In the s, Cranford is ruled by the ladies. They adore good gossip, and romance and change is in the air, as the unwelcome grasp of the Industrial Revolution rapidly approaches their beloved rural market-town.
Chronicles the lives of a group of midwives living in East London in the lates to mids. This mini-series tells the story of Amy Dorrit, who spends her days earning money for the family and looking after her proud father, who is a long term inmate of Marshalsea debtors' prison Ross Poldark returns home after American Revolutionary War and rebuilds his life with a new business venture, making new enemies and finding a new love where he least expects it.
During the First World War, Kitty Trevelyan tries to put the past troubles behind her as she joins two other girls to volunteer at one of the busy war hospitals in northern France.
The early life of Queen Victoria, from her ascension to the throne at the tender age of eighteen to her courtship and marriage to Prince Albert.
The story of a young woman who works in a department store and gets caught up in the charms of the modern world. I've never been one for 'period' or costume drama but I quite enjoyed the two episodes I've seen so far.
I don't understand the "distinctly cardboard-looking Victorian Street" comment in one of the reviews. It looked real enough to me and judging by the location feature on this site it was.
There are loads of streets like that in the UK. I can think of a few in Bristol alone. I mistakenly watched the second episode before the first and I was quite surprised to see two or three characters behaving quite differently between the two episodes for no apparent reason.
Other than that, just relax and enjoy it. Or not watch it just to pick out perceived flaws.
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However, Burroughs causes consternation throughout the store so Jonas takes matters into his own hands. Denise's idea for a "Gentlemen's Afternoon" is stolen by Miss Audrey and becomes a disaster when misunderstood by the gentlemen's wives.
Miss Glendenning deliberately provokes Moray by shopping with his rival shopkeepers, giving Denise's uncle false hopes for the survival of his failing business.
Exotic lovebirds arrive as a new attraction to be sold at the Paradise. Pauline is promoted to sell the birds but accidentally releases one.
Lord Glendenning offers Moray a bigger loan to buy the leases of every shop in the street. Moray commits to an engagement with Katherine.
Despite the warnings of an experienced Miss Audrey, Denise is unable to keep her true feelings from Moray any longer.
On the announcement of the engagement, Denise leaves The Paradise to live with her uncle. Arthur fears what Jonas has done to Burroughs.
Katherine's wedding plans and her future plans for Moray and The Paradise threaten Jonas, whose presence upsets her, as does the picture of Moray's wife.
Denise's plan for a co-operative of the small traders in the neighboring street has some initial success, causing reduced sales at The Paradise, but ultimately fails when the traders fall out prompted by hatmaker Charles Chisholm David Bamber.
Lord Glendenning suggests that Moray and Katherine take an extended honeymoon in Europe following the wedding.
As the wedding approaches, Denise returns to The Paradise. Moray confesses his love for her, much to her delight. However, Lord Glendenning now owns the freeholds of The Paradise and all the surrounding shops, and insists that Moray's marriage to Katherine must take place.
Burroughs' body turns up in the river, and since Jonas is the main suspect, Dudley attempts to fire him. Before the wedding, Moray has a change of heart and searches The Paradise for Denise.
The series ends with the lovers kissing. It's one year later. Lord Glendenning has died and The Paradise now is up for sale.
Denise is still at the department store while the disgraced Moray is working in Paris. Katherine recalls Moray to save The Paradise though her husband and the staff, especially Denise, doubt her motives.
Miss Audrey's impending wedding to Edmund Lovett raises the rivalries of Denise and Clara as to who will replace her.
Clemence causes controversy among the girls when she declares women should be able to work and be married, causing Miss Audrey to doubt her wedding plans to Edmund.
Tom Weston becomes fixated on Clemence, much to Katherine's jealousy. Denise is also jealous of Clemence until she learns that Clemence is not interested in men.
The banished Jonas arrives in a cart half-dead. Filling the now vacant Head of Ladieswear position proves to be complicated: Tom Weston favors Clara but Katherine worries he intends to make Clara his mistress so she supports Denise.
Denise is delighted to be in consideration but Moray tries to discourage her from applying, afraid of Denise becoming a pawn in Katherine and Tom's games.
Tom intends to send Flora away to boarding school so Dudley takes Flora under his wing to educate her at The Paradise.
The annual Paradise outing to the music hall is canceled by Weston, but Jonas encourages Denise to organize an alternate event.
Tom Weston's plans to expand The Paradise puts Moray's hope of buying the store back beyond his financial reach. Moray reluctantly allies himself with Mr.
Fenton Adrian Scarborough , who suggests that Moray flirt with Katherine to make Tom jealous enough to sell the shop. A mysterious vagabond breaks into Edmund's shop and is revealed to be figure from Susy's past.