I cuss you bad
Andor episode 10 is an amazing bit of TV. Andy Serkis did an incredible job, then Luthen upstaged him.
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I kind of hope that he didn't. Thematically it's what Luthen talked about. He dreamed for a sunset he knew he wouldn't get to see - you realise he knew he wasn't getting out, which is why resolving to escape was so hard for him.I really hope Keno made it out
At times like this I wish this forum had likesWell it isn't, but it also very much is.
Which is a tricky thing to pull off. It isn't only about Andor, certainly. It's more about what Andor's about, and how he got there, and how he wasn't the only one, how anyone can get there if there's no other way. Ripples and waves.
Really the show is kind of like one of those "journey of a single bottle through the recycling process" shorts. Pick one person (one we know, to draw people in with some familiarity) and show how they go through the machinery and heat and ultimately are recast into something new. One of countless many, but still unique in his specific path. Diego Luna is also a really good actor who knows how not to hog the stage.
They may be, but they're playing characters with an English accent. Maarva isn't, and Tony Gilroy has said that the history of Northern Ireland played into this.I think a bunch of the cast are Irish too. Denise Gough (Dedra) and Genevieve O'Reilly (Mon Mothma) are at least.
I hope he gets to show up at least once though. McDiarmid seems to get such a kick out of it, and the final dissolution of the senate seems a natural scene for it that would lead directly into Rogue One.I like the restraint in not having the Emperor show up. We're too low rank to see him. He's the singularity at the heart of the evil whose effects are omnipresent but the man himself is unseen.
Also the Belfast comment - I'd imagine in a show full of British actors Maarva being Irish was no accident
Except that happened in the beginning of A New Hope, plus Mon Mothma had already fled Coruscant by that point, as seen in RebelsI hope he gets to show up at least once though. McDiarmid seems to get such a kick out of it, and the final dissolution of the senate seems a natural scene for it that would lead directly into Rogue One.
They may be, but they're playing characters with an English accent. Maarva isn't, and Tony Gilroy has said that the history of Northern Ireland played into this.