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‘Mare of Easttown’ Creator Brad Ingelsby on Moving from Movies to TV, Season 2 Plans, and More

Look at the movies written by Brad Ingelsby and you see the grounded working class sensibility that created HBO’s limited series “Mare of Easttown.” In his first crack at creating a television series, the seven-episode drama broke out with 16 Primetime Emmy nominations — enough to challenge frontrunner “The Queen’s Gambit.”Eight years ago, finicky movie […]

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‘Persian Lessons’: Film Review

In “Schindler’s List,” most of the actors spoke English, using accents to indicate their characters’ origins. In “Son of Saul,” the cast struggles to communicate in a mish-mosh of languages, as Jews of different nationalities were thrown together in Auschwitz-Birkenau. Stories about the Holocaust — so vital in trying to reconcile the horrors of the […]

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‘Collateral’: Creator David Hare Broke Every Rule He Could While Writing His First TV Show, and He Won’t Do a Season 2

The reason two-time Academy Award nominee David Hare (“The Hours,” “The Reader”) wanted to write the BBC2/Netflix limited series “Collateral” is that he felt no one else was writing television about the issue at its center: Illegal immigration.“I think the movement of people is the biggest subject of the 21st century and nobody’s writing about […]

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‘Collateral’ Trailer: Carey Mulligan Is a British Detective in Netflix Limited Series

Netflix has released the trailer for the upcoming limited series Collateral, starring Carey Mulligan. The Oscar-nominated actress plays a single-minded detective in present-day London who is determined to discover the darker truth behind a shooting that people are quick to call a random act of violence. The series hails from Oscar-nominated The Hours and The […]

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