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Intégrale saison 1 (6 x 52 minutes) :
1-1. Bienvenue à Port Garrec
1-2. Trop, c'est trop !
1-3. Mon ami Jean-Pierre
1-4. Amour de jeunesse
1-5. Le grand mal
1-6. En vous souhaitant !

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Martin Le Foll chirurgien brillant et reconnu, découvre brusquement qu'il a la phobie du sang. Un an plus tard il s'installe comme simple médecin dans un petit port breton, Port-Garrec. Son comportement rigide et parfois surprenant ne facilite pas les rapports avec la population très spéciale du bourg. Ici chacun dit ce qu'il pense, chacun à des convictions et y tient. Doc Martin aussi. La cohabitation ne va pas être de tout repos...

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5.0 su 5 stelle Brilliant! A must-watch! 21 giugno 2008
Di phantomfan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I absolutely LOVED this series. I had heard Martin compared with House, and I think that's a bit unfair, albeit understandable. However, I prefer to think of him as a strange cross between House and James Harriot. Although James was just nice, nice, nice (ad nauseum), the situations in which they find themselves are really very similar - close-knit countryside full of bizarre natives with bizarre rituals. In personality he is much more like House, with one huge difference: House is a rude, insensitive jerk simply because he enjoys it, while Martin, not a jerk at all, frequently acts like one because he doesn't seem to know any better. Like House, Martin's dry, deadpan comebacks are hilarious.

Each episode of Season 1 is better than the one before, culminating in an ending so funny I think I had tears in my eyes. He just never learns, does he?

I still can't quite put my finger on what makes Martin so charming, since I'm not sure I would enjoy knowing him in person. Probably (and due in large part to the brilliant Martin Clunes) it is because he is so very real, and you can't help but identify with his out-of-place, misunderstood persona. Haven't we all been there?

Simply a brilliant show - extremely funny, while taking itself seriously.

Can't wait for Season 2!
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Doc Martin! Whata guy and what a series! 27 agosto 2014
Di Joanne Trent - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Doc Martin!! I LOVE him!!. This series is one of the very best I have ever watched. The characters have moved into my heart lock, stock, and barrel. Perhaps the writers didn't want to make the Doc a hero, but he is to me because he puts the care and welfare of his patients above himself every time. He jettisons his own personal needs of the moment to rush to another's medical aid. His social gracelessness is mostly tactless honesty, But I find him no more self centered than any of the rest of the people; in fact, much less. He has absolutely no ax to grind and no agenda, which makes him very likeable in my book. I do grieve, however, for the state of his relationship with Louisa, who can't seem to rise above he own need to self-protect, when real love should do a little self-sacrifice now and then when she could just patiently listen, and not rush to react.
5.0 su 5 stelle BBC Comedy-Drama at its best! 1 aprile 2014
Di 1912 House - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Ok, so I am a hardcore lover of BBC, have been for more years than I care to share. PBS has offered BBC comedies for decades now, however this is the most recently produced series available on PBS to date (at least in our area). When our local PBS station went into it's month-long fund-raising they stopped the regular programming and we decided to watch this series via Apple TV instead (and Amazon's Prime video app). The PBS station was showing the episodes out of order (very annoying since it is a cumulative story line) which was another reason we wanted to be able to watch the series in order. There are currently 6 seasons out, with the first being aired in 2004 and Season 6 aired in the fall of 2013. According to internet news, there WILL be one additional season made, to tie up the story lines, but at this time it is unclear whether it will air in 2014 or 2015.

Technical Notes: We had some difficulty with Amazon Prime's video streaming dying in the first five minutes of many of these episodes. Not sure if it is attributable to this series, Amazon's app, or possibly the Apple TV. If this happens, you may have to restart the video several times before it runs properly. The opening credits are displayed faster than when watching these episodes on regular tv - maybe Amazon is trying to save bandwidth, not sure, but it is the fast forward during the opening credits that is causing the streaming to fail I am sure.
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5.0 su 5 stelle it is time to get caught up on the first 5 seasons of this fantastic series from the BBC 31 dicembre 2014
Di Victoria H. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Dear Friends and Fans,
You haven't seen, but heard about or maybe haven't even heard about Doc Martin? Well, now that you have vacated the rock you've been living under, not that I'm judging, it is time to get caught up on the first 5 seasons of this fantastic series from the BBC. The Doc is an uber-surgeon with no bedside manor who is set down in a small Cornish village because of a medical challenge. He has a bad case of hemo-phobia. That is he gets sick at the sight of blood. He not only has to deal with this but with the large cast of quirky characters who irritate him no end, and that is when they are well. It is a wonderful series, destined to become a classic.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Great Television ! Wish US TV could do this ! 22 agosto 2010
Di LDM - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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My husband and I - as well as our closest friends - have become dedicated to BBC series for their quality and subtle story/character developments. Conversations between characters tend to be verbal and non-verbal, with inflection and innuendos not commonly seen in US television.
Together with our friends - we've created "libraries" of these series on DVD sharing them back and forth - and turn to these when "scheduled" television offers nothing on a given night...

That said - Doc Martin is one of the very best of these series. Combining drama and humor - it at times seems to faintly reinvent the BBC classic - "All Creatures Great and Small" - although with the 'patients'(including the doctor himself) being HUMAN this time round. At other times - you might be reminded of Northern Exposure at its best - but with more focus and with the ongoing interest of the medical challenge facing the doctor in each episode.

The characters all have depth and foibles - and over time you come to see that the community of Portwen (where the series is set) is a reflection of real towns - and friends - and families - anywhere. This is suggested early in the series - when the inevitable clash between the "arrogant" Doc Martin - and the "unsophisticated" villagers comes to a head - one villager steps in as mediator and points out the obvious - despite all their differences - the villagers - including their new doctor - need one another. They are in fact - the sum of their parts. And then you get it. The series is not one-dimensional - the plots of each episode generally turn not on one story - with key players and a back up cast - but rather on the development of circumstances - which likely involves multiple characters and their personalities. For this reason the show somehow remains fresh - season after season - episode after episode.

Highly recommended for anyone over 14 (there are some adult situations and medical situations in some of the shows that in my opinion are not appropriate for younger children)


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