- Summary: The sequel to V.C Andrew's Flowers in the Attic novel picks up 10 years after Cathy (Rose McIver) and Christopher (Wyatt Nash) escaped. An abusive relationship with a fellow dancer (Will Kemp) brings Cathy closer than ever with her brother as their past continues to haunt them.
- Genre(s): Drama, Movie/Mini-Series, Horror
- Show Type: TV Movie
- Season 1 premiere date: May 26, 2014
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Petals doesn't have the same smothering intensity but it's compellingly crazy, the TV equivalent of outsider art. [26 May 2014, p.42]
By alternating significant time between Cathy, Christopher, Carrie and Corinne, the ADD storytelling in Petals ensures there’s never a dull moment--or a sensible one either--and the events retained from Andrews’ novel are just bonkers enough to make the approach pay off.
Petals On The Wind largely skews a bit underbaked to meet the promise of its own third act, and lacks the strength of Ellen Burstyn as its central figure, but there’s enough of the all-out V.C. Andrews flavor to make this installment worth a look for those who want to catch up with a family of soap people 30 years in the making.
May 27, 2014Despite variance in quality, Petals on the Wind is surely a compelling sequel to its predecessor, despite some of its digestible flaws, it isDespite variance in quality, Petals on the Wind is surely a compelling sequel to its predecessor, despite some of its digestible flaws, it is disturbing, shocking and leaves you at the edge of your seat. But is it as absorbing and breathtaking as the first one? Surely not, like every other sequel, it is entertaining but falls flat for repetition. However, it is a must see!… Expand
Jun 9, 2014I was made to watch "Petals on the Wind" this past weekend with my girlfriend and I have to say that it is the most contrived thing I haveI was made to watch "Petals on the Wind" this past weekend with my girlfriend and I have to say that it is the most contrived thing I have ever seen. It seems almost deliberately bad, to the point that you find yourself asking "how much more drama will they insist on packing in?" The entire movie is VERY predictable, and relies to heavily on piling on drama, The movie would have been a decent watch had the writers stuck one one or two predicaments/dilemmas, but it seems like the writers couldn't agree on which bomb to drop onto the viewer, so the gave up arguing and included everything. In summary, "Petals on the Wind" is all over the place and isn't worth the 2 hours of your time. Someone get a rake and lets put "Petals on the Wind" into the trash bag it belongs in.… Expand