Will James Delaney make it onto the open ocean, & to America? Or will the Crown & the East India Company be his ultimate downfall?
Category: Jonathan Pryce
Taboo – Episode 7
Finally in the hands of the Crown for high treason, James Delaney is tortured for information on his gunpowder conspirators.
Taboo – Episode 6
Up against the East India Company worse than ever, James finds his own worries pale in comparison to those of his half-sister Zilpha at the moment.
Taboo – Episode 5
When the duel at dawn between Thorne & James ends in an unexpected turn, Delaney soon finds himself in a worse position than before.
Taboo – Episode 4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oiXUtw6WMM FX's Taboo Episode 4 Directed by Kristoffer Nyholm Written by Steven Knight & Emily Ballou * For a recap & review of Episode 3, click here. * For a recap & review of Episode 5, click here. James Delaney (Tom Hardy) can't shake the memories of where he's been, they're with him all the …
Taboo – Episode 2
As James Delaney's return settles on London, the man himself begins assembling a crew after purchasing a merchant ship at auction.
Taboo – Episode 1: “Shovels and Keys”
James Keziah Delaney returns from a mysterious life at sea, one that took him into Africa, as his father passes in London and a small war erupts over what's left in his wake.
Terry Gilliam’s Brazil is a Dystopian Vision of Not-So-Distant Future
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKPFC8DA9_8 Brazil. 1985. Directed by Terry Gilliam. Screenplay by Gilliam, Charles McKeown, & Tom Stoppard. Starring Jonathan Pryce, Robert De Niro, Katherine Helmond, Ian Holm, Bob Hoskins, Michael Palin, Ian Richardson, Peter Vaughan, Kim Greist, Jim Broadbent, Barbara Hicks, Charles McKeown, Derrick O'Connor, Kathryn Pogson, Bryan Pringle, & Shella Reid. Embassy International Pictures. Rated R. 132 …
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