Suspecting terrorist involvement, Montalbano has to connect the dots, quick. Air Date : 27th-Feb-2017 Montalbano investigates the crime of a young woman, whose corpse is found naked in a cloth bathed in blood, a sign of a brutal crime committed with unspeakable violence, in the entrance hall of a building. Montalbano is injured in the crossfire, but is saved by police colleagues who were on the scene. Montalbano finds his decaying body in a bedroom where his lover put him after shooting him while he slept. Pagnozzi, when their car is discovered having fallen into a ravine. The results of the autopsy on the corpse are a real twist: Barletta was actually poisoned with a powerful medicine dissolved in the coffee, while the shot happened at a later time. Kherima is pursued by gangsters and ultimately murdered, but she was able to help her son escape.
The testimony of a no-nonsense nurse and a feisty housewife helps Montalbano put it all together. But the publicity brings out the oddballs, and a disturbed maniac begins to send Mont. Agree with everything you said about it- riveting, gritty, intense, and the score greatly added to it. The protagonist is Commissario Salvo Montalbano, and the stories are set in the imaginary town of Vigata, Sicily. To make up a little and make you more aware of the good detective series Europe has made in the last thirty years, Syrinx2 and Rolamb will bring you a series of posts about the best detective series Europe has brought us.
One concerns the murder of a well-loved 70-year-old woman who worked as a prostitute, and the other is an accusation of molestation at a school. Young Montalbano is enjoyable, but I don't think it's as good as the original one. A witness reports having seen Fazio captured by two criminals who spoke about throwing him into a we. Why does the little boy in the group flee from his mother? The first miniseries was so successful especially in Eastern European countries when it debuted in 1984 that it spawned another nine, which premiered about every two years through 2001. Montalbano find that only blanks had been fired, but these events create precedents for the murder of a rich woman later on.
We also follow the police in the hunt for the kidnappers and their hostage. The Commissioner will resolve the case with the help of Pasquale, one of Adelina's children, who in the meantime was sent back to prison for a theft he committed in the villa of the couple who had died in the accident: the culprit is Calogero Picone, called Gerry, the deceased man's illegitimate child from a relationship with the beautiful maid. A lot of cock-ups with things going sideways. For more information or to subscribe, go to William B. As the honest and independent police chief with a penchant for fine food, Montalbano balances the demands of his northern Italian superiors and the realities of small-town crime. One of the lead female roles is played by beautiful Daniela Virgilio. During lunch however, Augello's young son Salvo cannot be found; Montalbano searches for him and finds him in a tunnel in the garden.
It feels a bit forced. He had two new cars and his apartment is filled with expensive electronic goods. Writing for a total of 25 pro wrestling news sites at his peak, before retiring only to return to online journalism in 2011. Given the success of the novels Rai commissioned a television series in co-operation with Sweden's Sveriges Television thus giving us Isabell Sollman of most of the novels and short stories. Unique distinctive sign: a butterfly tattooed on the shoulder, which could aid identification. Questions arise when it's revealed that his will, which promised everything to his brother, is a forged document. The case becomes especially complicated for Montalbano when his friend Mimi starts behaving erratically and insists on handling the investigation himself.
It turns out that she had owned a priceless Guarnieri del Gesù. Detective Mimi Augello has no problem obliging when Montalbano asks him to be an undercover lothario in the investigation into a female assault victim's alibi. He would not really want to go to with Livia. Convinced that he's off on an investigation of his own, which may have gone bad, Montalbano comes across ominous signs of a shootout. When you watch the first two or three episodes of The Octopus, don't be put off by the poor visual quality.
Montalbano senses that the crime was committed by two different murderers, who acted almost simultaneously but unbeknownst to each other. That and find out who' been stealing some schoolkids' lunches. Protagonist of the series is Father Matteo, a Catholic priest in a parish of the town of Gubbio, who is also known for his unrivaled talent in investigating local crime stories. At the same time, a number of politicians drop dead under mysterious circumstances. Sanfilippo also has a large stash of what appears to be homemade pornographic videos. You can feel the influence of the spanish writer Manuel Vazquez Montalbán and his detective Pepe Carvalho after whom Montalbano was named.
In that way some things in the Young Montalbano make more sense and will give you the fact of recognition. The remaining employees offer to help the investigation, but Montalbano wonders if any of them can be trusted. Next, a few explosions happen in Vigata, plus a couple of murders: it all points to the fact that Montalbano really doesn't have a handle on what' going on. Where to great surprise, he discovers the corpse of a girl named Rina who disappeared six years earlier. The Commissioner can count on two women who worked with the accountant Gargano; the first is a student who had sensed that something was not right, the other is the secretary of the accountant and is convinced of the innocence of the accountant. They probably have specific ideas about each other f.
Father Matteo is a wise and respected person who really manages to understand people's problems, and always appears to be willing to help. The main characters have no time to chill by and swim in the the sea. In 1995, he directed Il Grande Fausto for Raiuno, a biographical fiction in two episodes of Fausto Coppi. He finds out that the charity for the elderly and disabled where Piccolomini was residing, was just a cover for the illegal transportation of drugs, which were cleverly hidden in the walking stick that the old man carried, and that the dog Orlando had been trained to attack the sniffer dogs who would have detected the drugs, but were deterred from approaching the old man and let him pass undisturbed onto the ferry. And while the inquiry goes on, the Commissioner is under pressure from all sides: from the bishop, who does not allow shadows cast on Goodwill, from the local Prosecutor who does not want to displease the bishop, and from Livia who wants to leave him to find herself. Montalbano found her boyfriend Francesco to be a great help in lifting the veil from what seems now a strange kidnapping.
Riina is played by Palermo-born actor, Claudio Gioè. Montalbano doesn't think so, nor does he buy the idea that the murders were committed by a suspect with serious psychological disturbances. He collaborated with sports editors, and in particular with Beppe Viola. Could Mimi somehow be involved in the murder? The story has unexpected consequences. Maybe Montalbano is more mediterranean than Brunetti, in the sense of enjoin life and its pleasures food, slow life, women.