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Budapest, 1956. Jacko's mission is to convince the underground insurgent to wait at least 18 months before they rise against the Stalinist regime. Jack stands by their leader, poet Arpad Zelk, and his English-born wife, but the Hungarian secret police AVH sees through his lies under torture. watch
I feel like this entire episode was Brian staring into his past and running from place to place with weird music orchestrating every move.And with every move came a slip elsewhere. Let's start with Dave. He may not be smooth, but he really tries. Deena really frustrates me, conjuring up excuses that push her husband further and further away. Enter Suzanne (Marguerite Moreau). At least she knows a good thing when it's in front of her. (Scratch that, Deena does know she has a good thing, she just won't act on it.) But even though Suzanne's back for more Dave lovin', I'm not convinced this little affair will last very long.Slip No. 2: Angelo (Raoul Bova). Looks like he's gone for good, leaving Nicole with a broken heart and a baby to raise.Slip No. 3: Marjorie lying to Adam... again. Clearly not the best way to start a marriage. Even more clear, an obvious blaring alarm when the bride is so wrapped up in her conflicting thoughts, she can't even make toast.I did, however, like the flash...read more
Question: Why was Raoul Bova let go from What About Brian? Was it purely for creative reasons, or was he too expensive since he is a big star in Italy?
Answer: I'm told it was for purely creative reasons. read more