I had come to really like Frances [sic] and he seemed finally happy and proud he was forging ahead with a real future, mending broken fences with people and just becoming a kinder and happier person. I broke my heart.
I like it, but have no attachment to any character, because it's exactly like Downtown Abbey in not being very dramatic.
It is far from a drawing room, society drama a la Jane Austen. So far Poldark contains, thwarted first love, damsel(urchin) rescue, rebuilding and failure in mining, duels, wife murder/manslaughter and escape of murderer, a ship wreck, riots, epidemics, the loss of a child, gambling, elopement, trials, more mine openings and closings, mine disasters, births and deaths, an expeditions to find information, smuggling, and infidelity. Series three will be even more packed.
Physically, no actor or actress in this series comes within a country mile of Aidan Quinn or Eleanor Tomlinson
They all look alike. It took me a year to distinguish Francis from George.