As Odenkirk himself noted, “I think one of the themes of Better Call Saul is that real, fundamental change of a person is driven by some pretty hard and powerful forces. You have to really crunch the psyche of a person to get them to change fundamentally. ” Better Call Saul Final Episode: End of an era Like its predecessors, Better Call Saul combines strong, cinematic visuals with methodical storytelling to give audiences a complex portrait of the land of opportunity’s shadow-world. As it comes to an end, so does the golden age of TV. In the streaming era, we seem to be losing the patience for such storytelling, with shows constantly one-upping each other for shock value, from The Witcher to rise-and-fall dramas Super Pumped and WeCrashed.
It joins a list of other prestige TV shows that have come and gone in recent years: Game of Thrones, The Wire, The Sopranos, Mad Men, Dexter, and of course Breaking Bad. Better Call Saul is often considered part of the new golden age of television, stretching roughly from 2000 to the present, characterised by high-quality, original shows with prolonged, complex story arcs, compelling visual aesthetics and morally ambiguous characters. Thanks in part to cable networks like HBO, AMC and Showtime, television was elevated to high art, leading to HBO’s famous slogan: “It’s not TV, it’s HBO.
She, too, realises that law and justice are not always the same thing. Suggested Reading: Gender-Neutral Language: Why Is It Crucial? Better Call Saul resonates because it’s filled with characters who feel smothered by dead-end compromises, like Ignacio “Nacho” Varga (Michael Mando) and Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks), both of whom are caught in the orbit of the drug cartel. Like Jimmy, their tragic arcs are amplified by the choices they feel they are forced to make. We pity Jimmy in particular as he tries in vain to be accepted by the corporate mainstream. But his past as a small-time conman makes this transition impossible. No matter how much Jimmy tries to appease the establishment, and his brother, Chuck (a formidable Michael McKean), he can never quite shake his reputation as “Slippin’ Jimmy”. For Berman, this is where Better Call Saul excels, in showing us the hypocrisy of the American judicial system, where “even the attorneys who uphold this system don’t really believe in second chances.
Better Call Saul’s Final Episode Will Mark The End Of TV's Golden Age As We Know It#entertainment Better Call Saul’s Final Episode Will Mark The End Of TV’s Golden Age August 16, 2022 When it was announced that the creators of Breaking Bad would be filming a prequel spin-off to their iconic series, few could have imagined the critical acclaim it would receive in its own right. As Better Call Saul prepares to air its final episode, many have taken to calling it the greatest television show of all time.
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Gianfranco Celestino - project director and curatorAfter he accomplished his classical piano studies at Conservatorio "G. Verdi" in Torino (Italy), Gianfranco Celestino studied dance at the "Folkwang Hochschule" in Essen (Germany) with, among others, the dancers of Pina Bausch Dance Company. As a dancer, he worked internationally in Belgium, Germany and Luxembourg. Since 2002, he has contributed to enrich the Luxembourgish choreographic landscape. In 2016 he founds Friday Island association and produces a series of artistic events on socio-cultural thematics funded by numerous public and private Luxembourgish institutions.
AboutThe Nomadic Island project is an international community-based residency project involving the participation of an heterogeneous group of artists on one side, and of an equally heterogeneous group of local residents on the other side. During a lapse of time of three weeks – between July 18 and August 7, 2022 –, the international community-based settlement is intended to create a space to let synergies arise around the theme of alternative ways of living and working. The artists will create together with the local residents a small camp set in the territory of the Differdange municipality (exact location tbc).
Neckel Scholtus' nomadic art project 'Roulot'ographe' and Gianfranco Celestino's socio-cultural nomadic event series 'Friday Island' constitute the antecedent experiences the two artists started from. Friday Island asblInitiated in 2015 by Gianfranco Celestino and Katharina Bintz as an independent project, Friday Island is a series of events committed to create a space for meetings generating exchange between artists, as well as a public dialogue around a given topic.
Natalie von Laufenberg - marketing & communication managerNatalie has a background in marketing and communication within the music industry and the cultural sector. She brings expertise in digital communication and creative content marketing & strategy, all to create a meaningful and engaging brand experience for the “customer”/fan and build a long term artist2consumer relationship. PROJECT INITIATION The Nomadic Island community-based residency project is born from the impetus of two artists to work together and fuse their creative energies and experiences to initiate a new proposal.
Local permanent residents of the area (not limited to the south of Luxembourg) are invited to participate in the community-based residency. Following the idea of a participative presence of the local society to the project, a group of regional residents (ten adults and ten youngsters) will be called to participate actively to the life of the Nomadic Island residency. They will be part of the artists’ concepts and will cooperate with the artists to implement their artistic ideas. TEAM Neckel Scholtus - project director and curatorAnnick Sophie “Neckel” Scholtus, born in 1982, lives and works in Luxembourg.
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Their installation on the elected locality will be as self-produced and autonomous as possible. The artists will settle themselves with their own sleeping facilities. Their self-produced independent accommodation should constitute a part of their artistic concept and should reflect their approach to the theme of alternative ways of living and working. The sleeping facilities may go from a simple tent to a recreational vehicle to a self built-on-place hut. As far as possible, the artists' transfer to the Nomadic Island residency will also be included in the artistic ideas relating to the theme. The community can be seen as a low environmental-impact settlement based for its functioning on the collaboration and participation of a larger community involving regional permanent residents. In fact, the invited artists are not intended to be the only temporary residents of the community.
” Jimmy and his clients, she says, are “shut out of institutions they’ve earned the right to re-enter — and so they do whatever it takes to survive outside of those institutions. ” Faced with these untenable conditions, Jimmy descends further into the world of the con, gradually forsaking his idealism and fulfilling a destiny that others – institutions, colleagues, his brother – have written for him. This is what makes Jimmy’s slow transformation into Saul Goodman so despairing, and yet so relatable. Unable to be himself, and yet unable to affect real change by the book, the corporate world eats away at his resolve until there’s nothing left but the thrill of the scam.
onflits des films : - Ville de Luxembourg Luxembourg City Film Festival La Cinémathèque de la Ville de Luxembourg Silent Land is a film about the collapse of a relationship,