Troubles in Paradise
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A board meeting being held. A woman, Madame Colet (Kay Francis) is sitting by listening. A board member named Giron (C. Aubrey Smith) says that the first thing that Madame Colet's husband would do would be to cut salaries in times like these. Business bores her to distraction so she says they should leave the salaries just the way they are.
Colet speaks to Filiba about marriage being a beautiful mistake two people make together. But with Filiba, it would be a mistake.The residents of the island watch the Steels family drama unfold — along with the driver of a Jeep with tinted windows who seems to be shadowing them. Sometimes character interactions can feel "too easy", especially early on. I'd like to see some angst about the dire or incestuous situation characters find themselves in. Although this point is admittedly subjective and has some story explanations eventually. These talented photographers show us what is at stake for New Zealand’s closest neighbours, and why the time for action is now.”
Still at the theater, Monescu is using binoculars to spy on Colet and the Major. He sees them arguing. Author Elin Hilderbrand delivers a compelling and satisfying finish to her beloved Paradise Trilogy with the aptly-titled Troubles in Paradise. Indeed, her endearing characters face numerous challenges as the story winds toward its conclusion. Cash has a job he enjoys on the tour boat, a new love interest, and finds a charming house to rent.Madame Colet asks Gaston Monescu to come down to enjoy the party. He declines and says he has to be up early in the morning. With help from their friends, Irene and her sons set up their lives while evidence mounts that the helicopter crash that killed Russ may not have been an accident. Meanwhile, the island watches this drama unfold — including the driver of a Jeep with tinted windows who seems to be shadowing the Steele family.