Absolutely enjoy this show. I know I caught the band wagon for this show a few years late ☺️. I think I enjoy this show so much because its about the behind the scenes world of these talented artist. Getting an inside look at what it takes to keep music “alive”. There are parts of the show that sometimes make me feel as if there was no direction for some characters. But it is just how it is with everything….they come back to what connects them in this show….music.
And don’t get me started with Bernadette Peters. Can you believe how beautiful she still is? She doesn’t seem to age. She is PERFECT in the role she plays in this show. I hope you can take some time and watch an episode or 2.
This is one of those shows that I’ve heard about but never seen – presumably because it isn’t available here on the other side of the pond. I’ll check to see if it’s on Amazon Prime.
And while we’re on the subject. . .watched a film last night (on Amazon) called “I think we’re alone now.” It stars Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning. The plot is simple and rather relevant in this time period: Del (Dinklage) spends his day walking deserted streets checking houses for dead bodies after a global pandemic wiped out 99.9 % of the Human race. One night he is woken by a firework display some distance from the library where he lives. The next morning he ventures out and finds a car with a young girl who has passed out (Fanning). Grace has a terrible tale to tell but never finds the words to do so. As their relationship develops an unexpected situation props up and comes with answers that Grace has never let out.
This is a very good Indi-film and well worth a look.
My film of the week!
ps: when I logged on this morning it was wonderful to have no spam to deal with 🙂
I think Mozart in the Jungle would be more appealing to the Artsy type. Art in all its forms is relatable. ” I think were alone now”….I will add that to my list.
I didnt miss zapping those spammers. But there wasn’t too much so I can’t really complain