Crown (season 3)
Players – Olivia Colman, Tobias Menzies, Helena Bonham Carter, Ben Daniels, Josh O Connor, Jason Watkins
It took three seasons, but the Crown finally learned to embrace aspects of his personality, etiquette, and attempts to hide behind the first smiles. False was perceived as a generous defense of the monarchy for several years, rather than an epic family tragedy about the slow erosion of a woman's humanity.
However, Elizabeth isn't the only one to go through a personal showdown in the third season of the great Netflix show; Happiness, in all its forms, is as difficult as a daily greeting to members of the royal family. Years haven't been kind to them. The extremely naïve of the early seasons replaced it with relentless fatigue; The smallest rebellion clue was scolded and locked in a dungeon, as if in a dungeon. But the most tragic is that each of the main characters this season seems to be fully understood by the sect.
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The crown is not about the fears of aging in a repressed world, but about old ideas and new topics. The internal conflicts of his characters are much more interesting than any external threat, and some of the best episodes of the third season are related to these personal battles. My favorite, the third episode, once again puts Elizabeth where she has to choose between who she is and who she should be.
When a horrific natural disaster claims the lives of over a hundred children in the Welsh town of Aberfan, Elizabeth is left to visit the vile towns or postpone the Crown and observe from a cold distance at Buckingham Palace. In chapter seven, her husband, the arrogant Philip, has some sort of spiritual awakening after witnessing the adventures of the rest of the world's astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.
Unfortunately, the episodic nature of the series is an obstacle to the development of organic character. For example, both enormous personal epiphases appear to be appearing, so both Elizabeth and Philip appear to be returning to their old ways in the following chapters. Comprehending the insignificance of the incidence of the events after the landing of the moon, Philip returned to his own small age, secreting poison against the Duke of Windsor to disrespect the Royal. Meanwhile, Elizabeth has a positive meaning for her eldest son and heir, Charles, and makes such a brutal move towards the end of the season that he erases all sympathy for him before and strikingly regrets. decision.
Olivia Colman is still from The Crown.
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This season's character is almost vampire quality. Imiz We're all falling like flies, Margaret her sister Margaret said, bir going on and going on bir in one scene. Oscar winner Olivia Colman caught Elizabeth's emotionally suppressed coolness with frustrating confidence. A relatively comfortable energy that Claire Foy brings to her. Colman is older, yes, but it's debatable whether he's smart or not.
However, independent of its magnetism, there is not enough Olivia Colman to avoid the fact that Tobias Menzies and especially Helena Bonham Carter were disrespectful. I hope the fourth season fixes this injustice.
Josh O'Connor is still from The Crown.
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But the biggest exposure of the new season is being Josh O’Connor, who plays young Charles. While the series shifts perspectives perfectly, the two chapters described from Charles' perspective are extraordinary. Storytelling is not particularly clever – Charles' alienation from the rest of his family is favorably reflected on England's political departure from Wales – but it never happened. O’Connor's tremendous performance is outstanding in a show that positively stands out with them. When a man, in a cursed event, describes his condition as ç a desperate rather than a very existence ”, he heartily attacks the part he curses. “I'm both free and in prison, Cam Camilla tells Shand, the love of her life,“ completely unnecessary and quite indispensable. ”
The Charles tragedy of the Shakespearean story can never be more effective than in the scenes of Charles. As with the rest of his family, Crown saved him from the freedom to love, laugh, and live; An alternative version of the future exists to see in the eyes of the Duke of Windsor in his dying göz uncle göz.
Perhaps in the following seasons, he will learn to serve his masters and accept the family he has experienced the misfortune of. Perhaps in a welcome twist, he could pass on some of his soul to his children, which until one day, the saddest family in the world will eventually escape their own chains. prescribed imprisonment.