The Punisher (2017–2019)
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Scar Tissue 

Rachel recalls the night everything changed and lets Frank in on the truth about her name. Russo sits down with a face from his childhood.

Director:

Iain B. MacDonald

Writers:

Gerry Conway (based on the Marvel comics by), John Romita Sr. (based on the Marvel comics by) (as John Romita) | 5 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Jon Bernthal ... Frank Castle / Punisher
Ben Barnes ... Billy Russo
Amber Rose Revah ... Dinah Madani
Jason R. Moore ... Curtis Hoyle
Floriana Lima ... Krista Dumont
Giorgia Whigham ... Amy Bendix
Royce Johnson ... Det. Sgt. Brett Mahoney
Tony Plana ... Rafael 'Rafi' Hernandez
Johnny Pozzi Johnny Pozzi ... Rick
Thomas G. Waites ... Arthur Walsh
Nick Low Nick Low ... Mark
D.C. Williams D.C. Williams ... Simon
Preston Christopher Lawrence ... Bartender
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Rachel recalls the night everything changed and lets Frank in on the truth about her name. Russo sits down with a face from his childhood.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 January 2019 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

USA

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Dolby Atmos

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16:9 HD
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Frank has two mugs in his hand, one black and one white. First he puts down the black mug but after the camera angle changes, we see the white mug already on the table and now he's putting the black mug down. See more »

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Amy Bendix: He killed everybody that I cared about. How do you think that feels?
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Hollywood never gets the source right...
12 February 2019 | by jarl-lilleboSee all my reviews

If there's one thing Hollywood botches time and time again, it's the prostetic makeup of disfigured characters... Jigsaw's face is supposed to be a literal patchwork of scars and skin. In Game of Thrones, Tyrion's facial scar removes his nose entirely, leaving only a hole in addition to his uneven legs and mismatched hair color. Not exactly in line with Dinklage's roguish good looks and charm. In Mortal Engines, Hester gets cut in the face as a child, costing her her left eye, a missing nose and a permanent drooping right jaw. What movie-Hester got was a scartissue not that different from Tyrion.

If you're building a character, removing a visual representation of the mental scars that character possesses insults the source material and inhibits the actors ability to portray that to the audience. CGI can do what makeup cannot, we have seen that often enough. But we've also seen how great a good makeup session can be, so Jigsaw is just a letdown to everyone, hopefully even to Barnes.


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