What "second parties were never good" is a demonstration of how irrelevant phrases or sayings can be. The second season of Broadchurch, the excellent series of the British ITV chain, proves it. And in that sequel of the Detectives ' inquiries Alec Hardy and Ellie Miller to definitively solve the murder of the 11 year old boy Danny Latimer, the trial of the alleged murderer becomes the central axis of the plot, a trial that will feature two veteran actresses : Marianne Jean Baptiste, a fixed of the series without trace, and an extraordinary Charlotte Rampling who with her single presence nullifies the remainder of the cast.
The Rampling is an example that the veteran is a degree, said consciously that it is also a phrase made. If dazzled the world in Night Porter, it still retains 43 years later an undoubted capacity of attraction for the camera and, consequently, for the spectator. With an addition: His face contains all the wrinkles of the 71 years of who has chosen to let nature draw his face.
Chris Chibnall, the creator of the series, achieved a great success which encouraged him to produce a second and third seasons. His television smell induced him to integrate in the plot a case unresolved by detective Alec Hardy who tormented him since the alleged murderer escaped the conviction for a failure in police investigation. That case allowed the producer to show new characters and situations that would free him from considering the second season as a strictly judicial series. The Latimers, local inspectors, and defense and prosecution lawyers remained the protagonists of a choral drama framed in Dorset's striking cliffs. Less understandable is that Antena 3, which programmed the first season in September of 2014, did not issue the second leaving it in the hands of Netflix.