At Home With Julia
September 8, 2011 by Post Team
At Home With Julia, The most surprising thing about Julia is at home with the way it was restricted. With the character of “Julia Gillard” get away from comedy for the most horrible spectacle Double-Take, followed by chaos in the character that was yesterday’s National Radio cross-promotion effort, my greatest fear was that Julia was played very broad, even if the most underrated around. For the benefit shows, Amanda Julia Bishop gave too high a level of grace and humanity.
Anyone who goes home with Julia after biting political satire in the level of something like the bulk of it will be very disappointed by this. At home with Julia is not a political comedy. It is a sly comedy and good-hearted exploration of humanity that exists within the identity of the political arena. In the middle of the series are Julia Gillard and her partner Tim Mathieson. They are described as an Australian couple every day dealing with the fact that Julia is a professional life much more important and high profile. Tim is desperate to find some time with your partner, who happens to work long hours. Meanwhile, Julia does what she can to make your partner feel special, knowing it’s disappointing regularly. Characters are significantly related to the heart.
The peculiarities little character in the series is what sold me on the program. I appreciate the variations in the names of pets that Julia had Tim (Mr T, cup of tea, and television were my favorites), cute little jokes that Julia did with Tim when they are alone, and Rob Oakeshott Apollo citing his favorite movie ’13. It was all a long way to painting the reality of these characters.
Ultimately, at home with Julia is so light and inconsequential as an episode of Mad About You. Sure, it has the added weight of being a parody (of sorts) of a prime minister, but rarely allows the reality of the effects of the Prime Minister on the relationships in the heart of the series.
The show is ironic, funny and full of humanity. I won entirely by the end of the half hour. With only a short episode four, I hope the real Prime Minister remains in power long enough at home with Julia to take place until the end.
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