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“We are just devastated,” Darmody added Monday, a day after Yelchin died.
“He was a true artist and endlessly curious,” Plager noted. “He would watch a movie or two every single day of his life — and every kind of movie, like German films from the 1950s, without being snobby about them. He loved B movies and the kinds of films that everyone likes and I think that it was that sort of openness that helped make him so special.”
Darmody noted that he and Plager have been overwhelmed by the reaction to Yelchin’s death. »
- Dave McNary
Tommy seeks absolution while there’s dissent in the ranks in the latest instalment of the ever-stylish Peaky Blinders…
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Stop swearing? You’d have more luck getting the Shelby men to wear tutus, Pol.
Despite Polly’s toast in the same scene, episode three found the Shelby family anything but united. Harmony is impossible this series because the Shelbys can’t agree on what they are now they’ve struck it rich. Their new circumstances have splintered the family’s self-image. Each has a conflicting idea on what it means to be a Peaky Blinder nowadays, and it’s pulling them apart at the well-tailored seams.
Arthur and John are dangerously resentful at their demotion, Polly’s aspiring to the bohemian classes, Michael’s being kept for best but gagging for violence and Ada is still half-civilian, half-Shelby with her head turned by »
2 items from 2016
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