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Emily Nussbaum on Tatiana Maslany’s performance in the sci-fi thriller “Orphan Black” (subscription required): http://nyr.kr/1i7OUnH

“If it weren’t for Tatiana Maslany, the show’s star, ‘Orphan Black’ would be just a likable-enough thriller, with Toronto local color—enough to recommend it to a Canadaphilic sci-fi buff like me, but maybe not to you.Maslany explodes that calculation entirely. The actress delivers a performance so magnetic that it transforms the show into something with staying power, a near must-watch.”

Illustration by Jashar Awan.

newyorker:

Emily Nussbaum on Tatiana Maslany’s performance in the sci-fi thriller “Orphan Black” (subscription required): http://nyr.kr/1i7OUnH

“If it weren’t for Tatiana Maslany, the show’s star, ‘Orphan Black’ would be just a likable-enough thriller, with Toronto local color—enough to recommend it to a Canadaphilic sci-fi buff like me, but maybe not to you.

Maslany explodes that calculation entirely. The actress delivers a performance so magnetic that it transforms the show into something with staying power, a near must-watch.”

Illustration by Jashar Awan.

(Source: newyorker.com)


Kirsten Dunst, A.J Cook, Hanna Hall, Chelse Swain and Leslie Hayman on the set of The Virgin Suicides, director: Sofia Coppola, 1999.
Kirsten Dunst, A.J Cook, Hanna Hall, Chelse Swain and Leslie Hayman on the set of The Virgin Suicides, director: Sofia Coppola, 1999.

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