Join Ashley and Dylan as they discuss the Explosion Network's Best TV Show of 2022: Andor. Hear their thoughts on the Star Wars series and why it was at the top of the Explosions Network's list this year.Explosion Network's Top 10 TV Shows of 2022Going Rogue - Holocron EntriesANDOR (2022)Created by: Tony GilroyDirected by: Toby Haynes, Susanna White, Benjamin CaronWritten by: Tony Gilroy, Dan Gilroy, Stephen Schiff, Beau WillimonStarring: Diego Luna, Kyle Soller, Adria Arjona, Fiona Shaw, Stellan Skarsgård, Denise Gough, Genevieve O'Reilly, Faye Marsay, Varada Sethu, Elizabeth DulauHosts:Ashley Hobley: https://twitter.com/ashleyhobleyDylan Blight: https://twitter.com/vivaladilFollow our Trakt:Ashley - https://trakt.tv/users/ashleyhobleyDylan - https://trakt.tv/users/vivaladilAll Episodes:https://explosionnetwork.com/what-do-you-wanna-watchSupport Us:https://explosionnetwork.com/supportus
This week's episode was streamed live in Twitch through Sacramento's own STAB comedy theater. Watch the VOD here--> https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1663436276The gang goes on a road trip to paint a portrait this week, as they review A24's 4th most expensive movie to make, Woman Walks Ahead (2017) written by Steven Knight, directed by Susanna White. Based off a real portrait painter that actually painted Sitting Bull's portrait in the late 1800's, and the book that was written about her, Woman Walks ahead came and went with not a moment's notice, and absolutely tanked at the box office. But with a couple of heavy-hitters like Jessica Chastain and Sam Rockwell at the lead, it was sure to bring something to to the table. Streaming right now on HBO Max, watch along, then hear us break it down. http://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/Sponsor - N/AJoseph NavarroPete Abeytaand Tyler Noe
Andor was created and written by Tony Gilroy. Directors for season 1 include Toby Haynes, Benjamin Caron, and Susanna White. The show stars Diego Luna, Stellan Skarsgård, Adriana Arjona, Kyle Soller, Genevieve O'Reilly, Denise Gough, and Forest Whitaker.Cassian returns home to Ferrix, a tinderbox that is experiencing a spark of rebellion.Links Instagram Twitter Facebook Our Website
Welcome to the Directors UK Podcast! This episode comes from our Directors UK event with Jules Williamson, director of the award-winning Off the Rails. Jules was joined in conversation by fellow director Susanna White. Together they discussed the experiences Jules brought into making Off the Rails, the process of directing her debut feature, and what she'll take from it into her next directing role. Music: Loyalty Freak.
Brad and Sarah discuss the sixth episode of ANDOR titled "The Eye" — directed by Susanna White and written by Dan Gilroy. This heist-focused episode is some of the most gripping Star Wars we've ever seen, and we're still working through all 53 minutes of pure high-stakes tension. Is Cassian inching closer to his Rogue One self? How will this Aldhani mission stick with him in the long run? We have lots to discuss, so buckle up! Website: http://www.friendsoftheforcepod.com Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/friendsoftheforce Twitter: https://twitter.com/FriendsOfForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/friendsoftheforce/?hl=en YouTube: https://bit.ly/36w7bsd Thank you to all of our Patrons, including our Luminous Beings: Brian, Bryan, Carol, Dylan, Huong, Jenn, Lee-Ann, Lucy, Travis, and Tom. #StarWars #Andor
Join us for a chat about the second arc of Andor, as we break down the two things this arc gave us that we haven't seen in Star Wars before. From 50:15, we also throw in some bonus Rings of Power talk, because why not? Force Material is a podcast exploring the secrets and source material of Star Wars with hosts Rohan Williams and Baz McAlister. Listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Stitcher, PlayerFM and Castro; stay in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; and support the show by browsing our range of shirts, hoodies, kids apparel, mugs and more at TeePublic.
Brad and Sarah discuss the fifth episode of ANDOR titled "The Axe Forgets" — directed by Susanna White and written by Dan Gilroy. We come to understand how each character has their own form of rebellion, whether it's Nemik, Skeen, or Cassian. We dive into how this series continues building rich, dynamic characters while laying the groundwork for an emotional climax on Aldhani. Plus, Syril's cereal? CANON! Website: http://www.friendsoftheforcepod.com Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/friendsoftheforce Twitter: https://twitter.com/FriendsOfForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/friendsoftheforce/?hl=en YouTube: https://bit.ly/36w7bsd Thank you to all of our Patrons, including our Luminous Beings: Brian, Bryan, Carol, Dylan, Huong, Jenn, Lee-Ann, Lucy, Travis, and Tom. #StarWars #Andor
Brad and Sarah are bringing the candor to ANDOR with our discussion on episode four "Aldhani" directed by Susanna White and written by Dan Gilroy. Arezou Amin of Space Waffles joins us to dive into Cassian's motivations after his escape from Ferrix, Coruscant's brutalist return, Mon Mothma's marriage (and our hopes for an eventual divorce), the duality of Luthen, our newest segment titled 'And/Or,' and more! Twitter: https://twitter.com/FriendsOfForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/friendsoftheforce/?hl=en Website: http://www.friendsoftheforcepod.com YouTube: https://bit.ly/36w7bsd Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/friendsoftheforce Thank you to all of our Patrons, including our Luminous Beings: Brian, Bryan, Carol, Dylan, Huong, Jenn, Lee-Ann, Lucy, Travis, Tom, and T. #StarWars #Andor
Reseñamos el cuarto episodio de Andor, dirigido por Susanna White y escrito por Dan Gilroy, en donde Cassian Andor se encuentra sin opciones y es reclutado para ser parte de una peligrosa misión de infiltración imperial.
Daniel, Shahbaz, & Anthony review Star Wars ANDOR, a prequel series from showrunner Tony Scott set five years before the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The series brings forward the tale of the burgeoning rebellion against the Empire and how people and planets became involved. It's an era filled with danger, deception and intrigue where Cassian Andor will embark on the path that is destined to turn him into a rebel hero. It stars Diego Luna, Genevieve O'Reilly, Stellan Skarsgård, Adria Arjona, Denise Gough, Kyle Soller, and Fiona Shaw. Directors include Toby Haynes, Susanna White, & Benjamin Caron. Andor premieres September 21, 2022 on Disney+ with 3 episodes followed by new episodes weekly.Listen to The Movie Podcast review now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: email@example.comTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!THE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
On this episode: Springfield at the cinema yet again, “We are not assholes!” cried a bunch of rich assholes and the most expensive A24 movie yet. PLUS A batch of new release reviews, more Ke Huy Kwan please, and Joseph's final word on the OG Alien quadrilogyIn news: Disneyland, the happiest place on earth, favorite smells, coffee, chai tea, Soarin' over the World, California Adventure, Fresno, Ohio, Gilroy, Fox, The Simpsons Movie, Bart Simpson's penis, Yeardly Smith, Bob's Burgers Movie, Peter Faulk, Columbo, The X-Files Movie, The Pokemon Movie, Batgirl, Warner Brothers, Discovery, Bank of America securities media communications and entertainment conference, Cedar Rapids, Catch Me if You Can, content creators, Denis Villeneuve, The Poseidon Adventure, Listener Mike, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, Jeff Goldblum, Briauna, Scream, Ari Aster, Disappointment Blvd, Joaquin Phoenix, A24, Midsummer, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michelle Yeoh, James Hong, The Green Knight, Ex Machina, Woman Walks Ahead, Jessica Chastain, Susanna White, Generation Kill, Vince from Shamwow, Slap Chop, Tiny Cinema, Tyler Cornack, Tyer Koch, William Morean, Body Bags, John Carpenter, Butt Boy, Birthday Boys, I Think You Should Leave, V/H/S, Shudder, IFC Midnight, Dario Argento, Dark Glasses, Stranger Things, Paper Girls, Duffer Brothers, Medieval, Michael Caine, Ben Foster, The Avenue, Jan Zizka, Til Schweiger, Matthew Goode, Stoker, Downton Abbey, Peter Jakl, XXX, Vin Diesel, Judo, Barry Lyndon, Ke Huy Kwan, Loki, Alien, Aliens, Alien 3, Alien Resurrection, Alien Covenant, Prometheus, Ron Perlman, Charles Dance, Predators, Topher Grace, Escape From L.A., Winona Rider, Screen Run, Bill Paxton, Paul Reiser, Mad About Youhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/-Sponsor - None - Go See Medieval in Theaters and for Digital RentalJoseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe Streaming Picks:Room - HBO Max, KanopyMoonstruck - HBO MaxWatcher - AMC+, ShudderMad God - Shudder
When Michael Greyeyes was a kid in Saskatchewan, seeing Will Sampson as Chief Bromden was eye-opening. Now, thirty years into his acting career, Greyeyes has entered a new chapter of his professional life – one where he's telling collaborative stories of native communities. It's our first time returning to a film, this time with a new character and a totally new perspective!Then, Jordan has one quick thing about Hulu's new smallscreen blockbuster, PREY.***With Jordan Crucchiola and Michael Greyeyes
Five essays reflect on the impact of the Puritan Pilgrims setting sail on the ship the Mayflower 400 years ago, from Plymouth in England heading west to “the New World”. Writers look at what the anniversary means to Americans in 2020, and create portraits of some of the key players: two of the passengers, and two of the Native Americans who met them. The tale of the 'Pilgrim Fathers' became part of the foundation myth of the United States. On the 400th anniversary of their setting sail, Nick Bryant (BBC New York correspondent) gives an overview of what the anniversary means in America this year, at a time when that myth is under scrutiny more than ever, and Margaret Verble (Cherokee writer, her book ‘Maud's Line' a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer) explores the motivations of Tisquantum, Native American ally and translator to the Pilgrims. Michael Goldfarb (American author, journalist and broadcaster) writes a portrait of John Alden, the crew member turned colonist, Rebecca Fraser (Historian and author of ‘The Mayflower: the Families, the Voyage, and the Founding of America') uncovers the story of Susanna White-Winslow, Mayflower passenger, and David Silverman (American historian and author) looks at the decisions facing Metacom: a child when the Mayflower landed, he would become a resistance leader. Rebecca Fraser, author of ‘The Mayflower: The Families, the Voyage, and the Founding of America', imagines the little recorded life of Susanna Winslow, a woman who gave birth on board the Mayflower and founded a new generation.
Julian earned BAFTA, CDG and Critics Choice nominations for his work on the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, starring Rami Malek. His designs can also be seen in Dexter Fletcher’s Rocketman chronicling the life of Elton John, for which he received the Hollywood Critics Association Award, the Phoenix Film Critics Society Award and again picked up CDG and Critics Choice nominations.Other varied film credits include Otto Bathurst’s Robin Hood, Susanna White’s Our Kind of Traitor, Burr Steers’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Peter Strickland’s Berberian Sound Studio, Lasse Hallström’s Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, Rowan Joffe’s Brighton Rock, Sam Taylor-Wood’s Nowhere Boy, and Anton Corbijn’s Control.Julian has collaborated extensively with Director Ron Howard, designing costumes for Inferno, In the Heart of the Sea and Rush, for which he received a Satellite Award Nomination for Best Costume Design, and on the Emmy-nominated series Genius for Fox Network. Julian has also worked several times with Director Tom Harper on The Scouting Book for Boys, Demons for ITV and the BBC drama Dis/Connected. Other television credits include BBC thriller Page Eight directed by David Hare, Peter Kosminsky’s Britz, and Sarah Gavron’s This Little Life. https://www.angelsbehindtheseams.com/
In this, the conclusion of our first two-part episode of Adapt or Perish, we discuss Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre! In part one, we covered the original novel, Robert Stevenson’s 1943 movie, Delbert Mann’s 1970 TV movie, Joan Craft’s 1973 BBC miniseries, and Julian Amyes’ 1983 BBC miniseries. In this episode, we’ll discuss: The 1996 movie, directed by Franco Zeffirelli, written by Zeffirelli and Hugh Whitemore, and starring Charlotte Gainsbourg and William Hurt. Watch it on iTunes or Amazon. The 1997 TV movie, directed by Robert Young, written by Richard Hawley, Kay Mellor, and Peter Wright, and starring Samantha Morton and Ciarán Hinds. Watch it on iTunes or Amazon. The 2006 BBC miniseries, directed by Susanna White, written by Sandy Welch, and starring Ruth Wilson and Toby Stephens. Watch it on iTunes or Amazon. The 2011 movie, directed by Cary Fukunaga, written by Moira Buffini, and starring Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender. Watch it on iTunes or Amazon. Footnotes: Franco Zeffirelli and our episode on Romeo and Juliet Cinematographer David Watkin Dame Joan Plowright and Laurence Olivier Billie Whitelaw and Samuel Beckett Literal supermodel Elle Macpherson Jean Rhys’ 1966 novel Wide Sargasso Sea, which was adapted as a movie twice in 1993 and 2006 Pam Ferris and Call the Midwife The Brit List and The Black List Cary Fukunaga and True Detective You can follow Adapt or Perish on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and you can find us and all of our show notes online at adaptorperishcast.com. If you want to send us a question or comment, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet using #adaptcast.
In this, part one of our first two-part episode of Adapt or Perish, we discuss Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre! For these two episodes, we read Jane Eyre and watched eight screen adaptations. In this episode, we’ll discuss: Charlotte Brontë’s original novel, first published in 1847. Read it on Amazon or iBooks. The 1943 movie, directed by Robert Stevenson, written by Stevenson, John Houseman, and Aldous Huxley, and starring Joan Fontaine and Orson Welles. Watch it on iTunes or Amazon. The 1970 TV movie, directed by Delbert Mann, and starring Susannah York and George C. Scott. Watch it on YouTube. The 1973 BBC miniseries, directed by Joan Craft, written by Robin Chapman, and starring Sorcha Cusack and Michael Jayston. The 1983 BBC miniseries, directed by Julian Amyes, written by Alexander Baron, and starring Zelah Clarke and Timothy Dalton. Watch it on Amazon. In part two, we’ll be covering Franco Zeffirelli’s 1996 movie, Robert Young’s 1997 TV movie, Susanna White’s 2006 miniseries, and Cary Fukunaga’s 2011 movie. Footnotes: The Brontë family William Makepeace Thackeray Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, discussed here on Adapt or Perish George C. Scott and They Might Be Giants Susannah York’s reaction shot You can follow Adapt or Perish on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and you can find us and all of our show notes online at adaptorperishcast.com. If you want to send us a question or comment, you can email us at email@example.com or tweet using #adaptcast.
Sam talks to director Susanna White about her new film Woman Walks Ahead, playing Picturehouse Cinemas' Discover Tuesday slot on 26 February. Based on true events, Woman Walks Ahead tells the story of Catherine Weldon (Jessica Chastain), a widowed artist from New York who, in the 1880s, traveled alone to North Dakota to paint a portrait of Chief Sitting Bull (Michael Greyeyes). Her arrival at Standing Rock is met with open hostility by a US Army officer (Sam Rockwell), who has stationed troops around the Lakota reservation to undermine Native American claims to the land. As Catherine and Sitting Bull grow closer, and as their friendship—and his life—are threatened by government forces, Catherine must stand up and fight for what is most important to her.
Director and Producer Susanna White delivers the keynote speech at the BAFTA Elevate closing event, discussing the disparity in hiring female directors. BAFTA Elevate aims to support underrepresented groups within the film, games and television industries; in 2017, it provided mentoring and opportunities to female directors.
Bill Camp, the Emmy and Tony nominated actor, has had an illustrious career on stage and in film for over three decades. His most recent turn as "Dennis Box" in HBO's highly acclaimed limited series "The Night Of " earned him an Emmy nomination for his compelling portrayal of an NYPD Detective in pursuit of the truth. Camp brought tremendous pathos and dimension to the role -- as he does to every role he plays. Beloved by some of the most accomplished directors of our time including Mike Nichols and Stephen Spielberg, Camp has become one of the most sought after actors working today. On this episode, Bill opens up to Ilana about his years of "deviant" behavior and how he weathered the storm. He also shares intimate and hilarious details of his courtship and ultimate marriage to actress, Elizabeth Marvel. Bill is best known for his Emmy Award nominated performance (Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series) in HBO's critically acclaimed limited series "The Night Of," starring alongside John Turturro and Riz Ahmed directed by Steve Zaillian and written by Richard Price. Bill is currently filming the "The Looming Tower," where he will portray FBI veteran Robert Chesney. The upcoming Hulu series in the based on Lawrence Wright’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel that chronicles the events that led to the September 11 terrorist attacks. Bill recently shot the Francis Lawrence-directed spy thriller "Marble," based on Jason Matthew’s espionage novel. This film also marks his second time working with Steve Zaillian, who is attached as a producer on the Fox feature. Additionally, Bill filmed "The Land Of Steady Habits" both written and directed by Nicole Holofcener with Anthony Bregman of Likely Story producing. Bill also shot a pivotal role in "Molly’s Game" directed by Aaron Sorkin and co-starred alongside Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan in "Wildlife," Paul Dano’s directorial debut. Other upcoming films include "The Killing of a Sacred Deer" directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, "Woman Walks" Ahead directed by Susanna White, and Scott Cooper’s latest feature, "Hostiles." This will be his second time working with Cooper, as the duo previously collaborated on "Black Mass." Last year, Bill held key roles in "Midnight Special" and "Loving" (both from writer-director Jeff Nichols) as well as "Jason Bourne" directed by Paul Greengrass. Bill has also appeared in "Gold" for director Stephen Gaghan, "Aloha" for director Cameron Crowe, "Birdman" (Academy Award Winner, Best Picture) for director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, "Love & Mercy," "12 Years a Slave," "Lincoln," "Compliance," "Lawless," "Tamara Drewe" and "Public Enemies." On the small screen he has played recurring roles on "The Leftovers," "Manhattan," "Boardwalk Empire" and "Damages." A veteran of the stage, Bill received a Tony Award nomination for his performance as Reverend John Hale in Arthur Miller’s "The Crucible," directed by Ivo Van Hove and produced by Scott Rudin. He is an alumnus of The Juilliard School and recipient of several awards and honors, including the Obie, Elliot Norton, Drama Desk, and Boston Critics Association.
L'été 2016 est en marche, et avant de s'attarder plus en détails sur quelques blockbusters, 24FPS passe d'abord en revue la majorité des films vus depuis le mois de juin dans un épisode comprenant 17 films évoqués sans spoilers.Voici la liste des films évoqués dans l'émission : Café Society de Woody Allen (à partir de 00h03m05) Un Traitre Idéal de Susanna White (à partir de 00h08m15) Alice - De L'Autre Côté Du Miroir de James Bobin (à partir de 00h11m04) High-Rise de Ben Wheatley (à partir de 00h22m05) Agents Presque Secrets de Rawson Marshall Thurber (à partir de 00h31m40) Le Monde De Dory de Andrew Stanton (à partir de 00h35m07) The Witch de Robert Eggers (à partir de 01h02m34) L'Économie Du Couple de Joachim Lafosse (à partir de 01h18m23) American Hero de Nick Love (à partir de 01h23m07) L'Outsider de Christophe Barratier (à partir de 01h33m35) Tarzan de David Yates (à partir de 01h38m37) American Nightmare 3 : Elections de James DeMonaco (à partir de 02h06m45) The Man Who Knew Infinity de Matt Brown (à partir de 02h15m27) Elvis & Nixon de Liza Johnson (à partir de 02h20m05) Ninja Turtles 2 de Dave Green (à partir de 02h37m45) Insaisissables 2 de John M. Chu (à partir de 02h43m37) Independence Day : Resurgence de Roland Emmerich (à partir de 02h55m16)Bonne écoute, et n'hésitez pas à partager vos avis sur les films évoqués !Crédits musicaux : ID4 Reprise de David Arnold, issu de l'album Independence Day: Resurgence - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack de Thomas Wanker et Harald Kloser (2016, mais il s'agit en fait du thème principal issu de la bande-originale du premier film sorti en 1996), et Suzie Q de Creedence Clearwater Revival, issu de l'album Creedence Clearwater Revival (1968)
Our Kind of Traitor may well be the least confusing film adaptation of a John le Carré novel that we are ever going to see. If you enjoy political thrillers but don't exactly the have the head for real, convoluted espionage, Susanna White's film is sure to be the thing for you. Unlike the rather cold and brittle Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, this story of a man about to inform on the Russian mafia has a much stronger human element, one that often even takes precedence over the political machinations, which are explored in unusually sparse detail. Dima (the always brilliant Stellan Skarsgard) wants to defect to Britain, using the central intelligence he has been privy to in order to gain safe passage from the British Secret service for himself, but also, more importantly, his family, whose lives have been threatened by the vengeful new mafia boss, "The Prince" (Grigoriy Dobrygin). MI6 won't officially go anywhere near Dima, but an agent named Hector (a perfectly British Damien Lewis) reaches out to him without official sanction and offers to get him sanctuary, provided the man can give him enough information to bargain with. Dima doesn't want to give the secret service everything he has, everything they need in order to take down The Prince and the treacherous Aubrey Longrigg (Jeremy Northam), only to be left for dead. Hector won't be able to put a strong enough case to the service unless Dima gives him everything he has. To get things past this standstill, Dima reaches out to the holidaying English couple Perry (Ewan McGregor) and Gail (Naomie Harris), who he's only just met but who have already shown themselves to be trustworthy, principled people. He asks them to be present for all the negotiations, to put their safety on the line to ensure the safety of Dima's family. Dima's wife and children, and the thorny question of who should be responsible for their survival, is ultimately the heart of this story. The family themselves all look to Dima, who is not just the self-proclaimed patriarch but also the instigator of all this, to protect them all, and put him down whenever he looks to be failing to fulfil this duty. Dima, and indeed Hector, look to the secret service to fulfil their duty to those who are giving them information at great personal risk, to be better than the criminal organisations they are working to bring down and the oppressive political regimes that they fight against. On the other hand, the service, embodied here by the character of Billy Matlock (Mark Gatiss) is looking to Dima and Hector to give them enough to go on that will ensure that this operation doesn't ruin them. Meanwhile, all of these parties are looking to Perry and Gail to offer the independent assistance they so desperately need. At first the couple echoes the words of the service, that they are not the ones who put Dima's family in this dangerous situation and that it is not their responsiblity to get them out of it, until Hector shows them photos of The Prince's terrible handiwork and cunningly triggers their empathy. The lowly agent is certainly very well versed in the power of personal motivation. Much of his determination to finally bring down Longrigg is personal vendetta after his last attempt to expose the big shark saw his son imprisoned. At least in this adaptation, that particular element of backstory feels a little haphazardly thrown in to humanise his character at the last minute. It's talked about but never really felt. On the other hand, the conflict between Perry and Gail, while very clichéd, is evident visually as well as verbally. White places her two best directed scenes in the first ten minutes of the film. The first is of a grizzly, politically motivated murder by The Prince that perfectly sets up the impetus for the rest of the story, the terrible danger that Dima is fleeing from. The second is a painfully poetic scene of intimacy interrupted by an old wound that Gail is still healing from. It is later revealed that Perry slept with one of his students, and that this trip to Russia was meant to help repair their marriage. There's no denying that this is an overused plot line, but it works because, as with the cruelty of The Prince, we can see it as well as hear about it, and seeing is believing. Hector's grief might not have the space to be shown, but his rage is palpable, both politically and personally. His only scene with the nefarious Longrigg managed to do the most with the least, and his rant to his peers about the world's complacency in running on black market economies is the flm's great dialogue centrepiece. Fans of the more cerebral le Carré adaptations will probably be put off by this one's more emotional bent, but ultimately it makes for a stronger and more memorable cinematic experience. Review written by Christian Tsoutsouvas
It's a "royal flush" of talent on BEHIND THE LENS as we navigate the poignant and comedic minefield of friendship with BFFs, and then go deep undercover in John le Carre's world of friendship and espionage with OUR KIND OF TRAITOR. It's all about BFFs as we welcome writers/producers and actresses TARA KARSIAN and ANDREA GRANO, and actors JEFFREY VINCENT PARISE and DAN GAUTHIER live to BTL to talk about, what else, BFFs. Hilarity ensues with Tara and Andrea, but then explodes at the midpoint of the show with Jeffrey and Dan. Amidst the laughter, however, yous'll get some terrific insight from Tara and Andrea on the creative process of writing and pitfalls of producing, while the boys talk performance, finding scripts, the excitement of the BFFs script, role appeal, and more. And yes! All the "General Hospital" fans will love hearing Jeffrey Vincent Parise talk about GH and his character "Carlos Rivera" (especially with a few hints of what may be yet to come), plus some thoughts just for all of the GH faithful. In the last segment of the show, director SUSANNA WHITE clues us in on elements of OUR KIND OF TRAITOR, including her casting, cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle and helming a spy thriller. And at the top of the show, hear excerpts of film critic debbie elias' exclusive interview with actor AL CORONEL talking TNTs's THE LAST SHIP. http://behindthelensonline.net http://eliasentertainmentnetwork.com