Danes Temple Grandin
October 2, 2011 by USA Post
Danes Temple Grandin, It’s spy vs. spy in the series “Fatherland.” Or not? Based on the Israeli series “prisoners of war” and renewed “24″ producer Howard Gordon and Alex Goose, this fascinating psychological drama pits two spirits damaged each other.
Months ago, a CIAanlyst Carrie Mathison (Emmy Award winner Claire Danes, “Temple Grandin”) was expelled from Iraq after a failed mission, but not before an informant whispered a warning: “An American POW has become. ”
When Sgt. Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis, “Life”), a Marine missing in action for eight years, is rescued in Afghanistan, the CIA, the Pentagon and the press heralded a hero. Claire is true, however, she is looking for an al-Qaeda planning the next terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
It departs from her mentor, Saul (Mandy Patinkin, “Criminal Minds”), risks her career and even her freedom to keep under surveillance, Nick.
Is heroic overzealous or something completely different? Her secrets spill out quickly, and she does not seem to be able to deliver pizzas. And yet, hours later, Carrie makes a surprising observation.
Nick, meanwhile, was reunited with his wife Jessica (Morena Baccarin, “V”), who hides her own indiscretion, and two children (Morgan Pace Saylor and Jackson), who barely remember.
Despite a forced smile and a stoic attitude, who suffers from nightmares and is haunted by the trauma he sustained as a prisoner. The flashes of what he endured – and what he did to survive – are horrible. The next week, which erupts violently to the attention of the media.
Lewis is excellent as a wounded soldier struggling to keep the past at bay. Expect the Emmys next year.
Danes capture someone so resolutely tenacious, it seems – at first glance – to be completely unpleasant. Baccarin is land and land as the woman trying to do for a man who is now a stranger. Patinkin is the perfect foil in the energy profile of the Danes “maniac.
What seems a simple question – is Nick a traitor to his country? – It could be devilishly difficult thing to answer, and definitely worth pursuing in this complex show.
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