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* The Skeleton Key

March 3, 2018   Jules   ‘The Looming Tower’ Be first to comment

If you had any notion that Hulu’s historic Emmy win last year with The Handmaid’s Tale was the only prestige weapon in the streamer’s arsenal, the February 28-debuting The Looming Tower will surely dispel that fallacy. The 10-episode series based on Lawrence Wright’s 2006 Pulitzer Prize winner The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11 is not only very good television, but it also is important television that unveils the late-1990s actions and inaction that in many ways got us to where we are in 2018. Read More here

February 21, 2018   Jules   Gallery Additions Be first to comment

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* Kinsey
* Year of the Dog
* Rendition

February 17, 2018   Jules   ‘The Looming Tower’ Be first to comment

Foxcatcher writer Dan Futterman’s new drama series The Looming Tower will hit Amazon Prime in the UK next month. It looks pretty explosive. Read More here

February 17, 2018   Jules   ‘The Looming Tower’ Be first to comment

It’s a daunting prospect, spending 10 hours taking a deep-dive into the quagmire of bureaucratic dysfunction that hindered the FBI and CIA from stopping the 9/11 attacks. No matter how artfully the story is told — and Hulu’s new limited series The Looming Tower is replete with strong performances — the inevitability of this story’s terrible ending may be hard for some viewers to overcome. Read More here

February 4, 2018   Jules   ‘The Looming Tower’ Be first to comment

Peter Sarsgaard and Wrenn Schmidt discuss “The Looming Tower” – a new TV series which examines the events that led to the 9/11 attacks, including the rivalry between the CIA and FBI. (Feb. 1) Read More here

February 4, 2018   Jules   ‘The Looming Tower’ Be first to comment

Hulu’s Jeff Daniels-fronted terrorism drama The Looming Tower and AMC’s period drama The Terror are set to headline the TV section of this year’s Berlin Film Festival. It will be the fourth year that the German festival has had an expanded television selection alongside its feature films and comes after The Night Manager had its world premiere in 2016. Read More here

December 30, 2017   Jules   'wormwood' Be first to comment

The Oscar-winning documentarian Errol Morris’ docudrama Wormwood feels like an especially timely project right now. In the new Netflix miniseries out Friday, Peter Sarsgaard plays Dr. Frank Olson, a scientist who fell to his death from the 15th floor of a New York City hotel. While the CIA takes responsibility, claiming he jumped after being administered LSD for a government experiment gone wrong, his son, Eric Olson, is not so easily convinced that the government is telling the truth. Olson spends his life trying to get to the bottom of what really happened to his father, and Morris recounts it all through a series of re-enactments starring Sarsgaard, interspersed with interviews with Olson and others who helped uncover the truth. It is a hair-raising four-hour investigation that will have you on the edge of your seat, and awed by the depth of the deceit. Here, W talks to Sarsgaard about conspiracy theories and how he prepped for the role. Read More here

December 30, 2017   Jules   'wormwood' Be first to comment

Errol Morris’s latest documentary is a rambling investigation into the death of a government scientist. Read More here



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