François Truffaut once said that "Film lovers are sick people." He may have been on to something.
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Shot/Reverse Shot: Episode 35 - James Gandolfini
Joe and I were both saddened and shocked by the death of James Gandolfini last week at the age of 51. Gandolfini was a fantastic actor who brought great depth and sophistication to every role he played, but especially to the character of Tony Soprano, one of the most complex, layered and compelling characters in the history of television. We wanted to pay tribute to him but unfortunately were not able to record together, so I offered up this brief episode on the work and legacy of a great artist.
Rest in Peace, Mr. Gandolfini.
By Edwin Davies
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