Confess, before I had not watched any other work of Brian Fuller, but after this series ("Pushing Daisies") I'll confidently watch his creations. I love these TV series - it's bright, fantastic, and breathtaking. So many colors just cannot be tedious. It fascinates. I can't even call this movie a series. This is a fairy tale!
And even the acting is fabulous. The actors themselves, as they are from a fairy tale. Their appearance creates a stunning contrast. Six-foot, shy and bashful baker Ned, with a difficult childhood behind him, is in love with childhood friend pretty Charlotte-Chuck, with an incredible thirst for adventure and zeal for life.
Olive- a waitress of "donut hole" restaurant. She is tiny, with a funny voice, full of charm, it is utterly in love with one whose heart is given to a girl named Chuck. And finally, the best detective in the Peyton district - Emerson Cod. Irritable, worshiping the dollar, for all his cynicism, he still attracts more than repels. The truth can't fail to mention about aunts Lily and Vivian, glamorous mermaids, undoubtedly contributing funny flavor into this tale.
A few words about the plot. For most of the series to lose interest after the first season, as the meaning is gradually slipping away, there is a lot of any delusional storylines, absolutely not related to the initial idea of the series. So, this is a "dead on demand" does not apply. Every word of honor, every series I watched almost with an opened mouth.
Moral. Maybe in this series there is no specific moral. But when we observe the whole thing, you could not help think how the roads you all your relatives, friends and mere acquaintances, as in fact simple, unpretentious, this terrible death. I think it is very close. One would think that with such thoughts far to depression, but no. They all save the bright colors that tell us about life and its value.
And finally the music. You can argue with me, but I'm sure that the music in any movie is almost the main role. And on this point is also a plus. A really huge plus. For such a TV series requires appropriate music. Just that I heard. I do not know where I could hear it, but the melody was very familiar, so comfortable, warm and fabulous.
I thing nobody can answer negative about this tale, no matter how much black humor was there. In this wonderful miracle it's simply impossible not to fall in love!