Six Feet Under - Complete Fifth Season details
|Starring:||Peter Krause, Frances Conroy, Michael C. Hall, Lauren Ambrose, Freddy Rodríguez, Rachel Griffiths, Richard Jenkins|
Six Feet Under - Complete Fifth Season - Disc 1
|15 Disc 1|
Six Feet Under - Complete Fifth Season - Disc 2
|15 Disc 2|
Six Feet Under - Complete Fifth Season - Disc 3
|15 Disc 3|
Six Feet Under - Complete Fifth Season - Disc 4
|15 Disc 4|
Six Feet Under - Complete Fifth Season - Disc 5
|15 Disc 5|
|Run time:||11 hours 17 minutes|
|Rental release:||10 Apr 2006|
|Subtitles:||English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Arabic, Hebrew, Polish|
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Six Feet Under- TV HeavenBy balearicbayes (23 reviews) from Denny , 16 Nov 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]I have just finished one big marathon viewing of the whole series and for me it is the best acted, best scripted tv programme bar none!!! There's not many shows that can make you laugh and cry in the same episode or have you on the edge of your seat in anticipation. That is the beauty of Six Feet Under. The last season was a joy to watch and by the end i was crying like a baby, it was so heartbreaking!!.
The final montage of all the characters fates was so moving to watch but also reassuring to know they all lived full, meaningful lives whilst their loved ones were looking over them. Truly awe- inspiring television and it will be sorely missed. I feel bereaved as i'm sure thousands of other people do?!
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5 starBy Sharon Arkley from Greenock, Scotland , 12 Jun 2006It has been a few months since i seen season 4 of SFU so i was a bit thrown because i had forgotten how weird it can be at times, but i still have to give this 5 stars because it is absoultly fantastic. all the characters have evolved so much since season one (especially Claire), but the guy who plays Billy is just brilliant, he will have you squirming in some of his scenes with Claire.
A must for SFU fans, not to be missed at any cost!
Worth every minuteBy a customer from Brighton, England , 01 Jun 2006Six Feet Under has entertained us for such a long time now, it seems unfair that it should end. You actually experience sadness and grief at this final stage, having known the characters for so long, but I suppose this is what the show is about - everything has to end. It has opened millions of people's eyes to death and how it is a part of life.
This final disc rounds up the characters and their achievements/experiences, giving a sense of closure to the end of the programme. You will be moved, saddened and left with a sense of having known some very interesting (and quirky) characters.
If you have never watched SFU before, please, please start at Series 1 and watch all the way through - you will laugh, cry and more than likely ask yourself why your TV licence doesn't cover more quality programmes like this one.
I would happily watch the entire series 1-6 all over again to watch such fantastic television.
AwesomeBy a customer from London , 27 May 2006very powerful writing! can't believe its the last ever series but, all things must pass ....
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The last funeralBy a customer from London, England , 20 May 2006Having waited what feels like years to get hold of the last series, I was aprehensive that I might be disappointed.
I needn't have worried, as this first episode continues with the high quality of writing, playing and direction that has characterised the whole series. Although I will be more than sad to see it go, I think that, in common with the equally high class West Wing, it's probably reached it's natural end, appropriately enough. Alan Ball seems to be a film maker with too much integrity to allow the quality of his work to flag, just to try to squeeze another series out of the dregs. I eagerly await the remaining episodes.
A Fitting FinaleBy a customer from West Glamorgan, South Wales , 09 May 2006For fans, I'm sure they will find no fault with the series. As a participator in watching alongside a fan, I agree that this is a very good series, but am heartily relieved to see it all come to a close. The final episode was a bit of a tear jerker.... so fans beware, if it got to me, you'll need to prepare a box of hankies and some counselling.