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There's nothing Claudia Cardinale hates more than staying still, but for the past two months she's had to do exactly that. She broke her foot on holiday in Tunisia and has since been holed up in her Paris flat. "It was stupid," she says, in her distinctive Mediterranean rasp. "I was playing volleyball. There was water on the edge of swimming pool, and I slipped. I like to be active, so when I have to sit for two months without going out, it's terrible. I had many places to go and I had to refuse: Venice, Kiev, Osaka. Now it's Ok. Yesterday I went out for the first time, but the weather is ugly."
Cardinale is a survivor from the era when movie giants walked the earth – most of them alongside her. »
- Steve Rose
Review Frances Roberts 8 Apr 2013 - 18:30
Mad Men returns with a packed multi-stranded two-hour opener brimming with quotable dialogue and existential angst...
This review contains spoilers.
1.1 & 1.2 The Doorway
After waiting ten months to hear Don Draper speak, Matthew Weiner made us hang on a little longer. Eight and a half minutes longer, to be precise, during which time Jon Hamm frowned, smiled, chastised, got high, and drank, but said not a word. While Draper wasn’t talking, director Scott Hornbacher’s camera was saying plenty, mostly about Jessica Paré, and with an overriding take-home message of ‘humina humina’. The now-bearded Stan wasn’t the only one excited about the idea of Megan zou bisou-ing around the beach in a bikini.
Don’s taciturnity continued throughout the two-hour opening episode, broken only to decry over-use of the word “love” in ad-land (let’s hope he never lives to see that McDonalds »
2 items from 2013
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