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Hello! I decided to write a review, in the hope that it will help someone else discover his passion for British comedy. Before watching the next series, I myself always look at the number of reviews, so I think it's not superfluous to add something from myself. Black Books is a British comedy about possibly the worst bookstore in England. The main characters, the owner of the store Bernard Black, an approved alcoholic who stubbornly refuses to clean up and keep an eye on the store, his slightly neurotic friend Fran, who suffers from her lack of a boyfriend and, Manie, almost the exact opposite of both of them, smart, neat and friendly. Black Books is a haven of books, wine and communication, and the only threat to the peace and quiet inside it can only be the boundless stupidity of three friends, whose life you can watch in this sitcom. Happy viewing.
A quiet street in London, low houses, well-groomed flower beds, friendly passers-by. However, one little thing literally does not fit into this atmosphere of idyll and peace. "Black's Bookshop" dilutes the boring life of neighbors not so much with fascinating books, so much with its own unusual room, which constantly violates the routine, since the law is not written for them! This delightful situational comedy is a story about the friendship of 3 very different people - Bernard Black, Manny and Fran. From the main gaze, they have every chance of appearing crazy, but after getting to know them, the consciousness arrives that they are not simply afraid to do and say what they want, without thinking about the consequences. Their favorite meeting space is the "Bookstore", because from time to time it is elementary to be lazy to go beyond their own workplace. On a large scale, they do not care about their own customers, who, in addition to every book they buy, get a headache as a present. Three comrades have every chance to throw caustic phrases to each other, but they will never leave them in trouble. The legitimate owner of an old bookstore, Bernard Black, combines the most intolerable traits of temperament. His comments are pure sarcasm. Bernard doesn't care about an outside worldview. And his greatest values are cigarettes and half a liter of cheap reason. This unabashed selfish is played by artist Dylan Moran.He unrivaled entered this role. Any of his appearance in the frame is incredibly amusing and amusing. And the constant mood swings of his hero ensure the unpredictability of any situation. Manny's terrific gullible assistant was carried out by Bill Bailey. It's really impossible to look at him without a grin. Crazy hair and a never-ending desire to make something useful for the store are its key benefits. He constantly endures Black's bullying and threatens to leave. However, Manny loves his job, no matter what. And in addition to the masculine company, the emotional Fran joins in. A woman with a fiery disposition does not allow melancholic Bernard to yearn and points out how to rest the workaholic Manny. The adorable artist Tamsin Greg is remarkable for her acting and her style and gestures are extremely funny. It is fascinating that Fran is extremely independent, and unlike other ladies of her age, she does not crave to get married as quickly as possible, but, despite all of the above, she tries to change her life in all sorts of ways. And such tests lead to extremely unexpected results. British humor flourishes in the provided comedy television series in the most colorful colors. The heroes do not give the contemplator a break from laughter therapy, over and over again they do things that cause bouts of hysterical laughter. Each episode they scream, dance, drink wine and joke a lot. 3 seasons are viewed in one breath, and leave the most positive emotions. The directors and writers have done an unrivaled job as they have created a sitcom with sharp humor, non-standard characters and a bookstore that creates a warm atmosphere. I remember a lot of moments, in the midst of which it is unrealistic to choose the very best. This series must be watched in its entirety, episode after episode, because each of them has something fascinating, challenging and joyful. Bernard, Manny and Fran live in the day. They are not afraid of anything, as they are extremely lucky to be released from difficult situations. You can learn a lot from them, for example, to perceive the injustice of fate, to rest on the way you start to act, just accept your bad luck and rejoice that another person has more problems. The three comrades, guided by these principles, do not despair before and find satisfaction even in something insignificant. And for perfect happiness, you need only a little - one excellent book, a glass of red wine and a sarcastic joke on your loved one.
"Black books" are three characters who constantly get involved in problems, while they themselves create them: Bernard. No matter how strange it may be, but the owner of a bookstore of a marginal type, it is unrealistic to see him sober and without a cigarette in his teeth. He hates shop buyers and all people, in principle, at first glance. He's basically shy and sweet. It's not a secret for anyone that he lives in his own reality and is slightly behind life: Fren: - Do you know nothing about modern culture, Bernard? Beckham, Posh, Pokemon Bernard: - Pacman. It`s pronounced Pacman Manny. A former accountant, and now a shop assistant. Indeed, the mere sight of it, therefore, makes me laugh hysterically. He is talented, smart, but Bernard pushes him around as he wishes. They can be fooled: Manny: - Bernard, I`m a prostitute robot from the future! Fran. Not inferior to his friends. She does not have an ordinary job, she has strange relatives and her friends call her “Aunt Millicent”, since she is still not married. Of course, we all know very well that but she just rolls her eyes adorable. I was also pleased with the appearance of Nick Frost and Simon Pegg in separate episodes. The humor is great here. Of course, you need to look at the standard in British, since most of the jokes are built on puns.And dialogues can be disassembled into quotes. The TV series has only 18 episodes, so he doesn't have time to get bored. Black Books is a good way to cheer up.
Bernard Black seems to think that the best bookstore is, as most of us constantly say, an empty bookstore. Bernard also thinks, after all, that bookstore shoppers are stupid, uneducated and not finally worthy of attention. It's not a secret for anyone that in fact, in such an approach there would be no problem, if Bernard were not the owner of this very bookstore. Quite hilarious series about 3 eccentrics hanging around in a dusty, gloomy, cluttered place called "Black's bookstore." Bernard, Irish by blood and spirit, is always not in the mood: he is either hungover, or customers have come, or just out of cigarettes. Manny, possessing countless talents, spineless and prone to panic, and Fren, finally, suffers constant setbacks outright on two fronts: work and personal life. A similar plot could with honor, therefore, replenish the home collection of a beginner suicide, but instead of this Graham Linehan, as it were, gives out an excellent comedy with an unusual plot, brilliant dialogues and such an amount of humor that the Universe, in comparison with him, no longer seems endless ... These three eat a bottle of Chardonnay, eat books, attempt an assassination attempt on the Pope, risk to the lives of others, try to cooperate with a bookstore and a haute couture restaurant, grow a terrible thing behind the shelves, turn customers into Robinson Crusoe, arrange apocalypses, eat omelettes from a boot with combs, play the piano with spoons, teach mafia chefs to read and write and, in general, do many more things that simply would not occur to us. It would be bad if we did not notice that, and yes, they keep us, the audience, at the screens, so to speak, without the slightest effort.