on Thursday, this week it was exactly 20 years since the first episode of mafiaserien "the Sopranos" first aired on HBO. The series would eventually write themselves into tv history as a classic of the dimensions.
eventually made "The Sopranos" is also very noted not only for its history but also for the relentless voldsscenene - and to have more actors with the record on rollelista.
NOTE: Spoileradvarsel! you Have not seen the finished "The Sopranos", this may be a time to do it? So you can come back and read the rest of the case.New revelations about the "Sopranos"-film
In an excerpt from the book "The Sopranos Sessions", courtesy of the web page Esquire, reveals serieskaper David Chase that he had a certain aesthetic associated with the violent scenes in the series.
Even the most intense, emotional violence that occurs in the series - the one that is not actually intended to be funny - has an element of slapstick humor in them.Never violence against animals
As the fight began between Tony and ralphie didn, that ends with ralphie didn die. Where to use the two a steikepanne and a box with insektspray, just like in a cartoon.
Even if voldscenene in the Sopranos is both bloody and merciless, is it a thing that the production would never do. Serieskaperen reveals the fact that no one would create scenes involving violence against an animal.
- Because they are innocent. It is the same as with a baby or a child. I think perhaps the reason that much of the violence in the series seems fun, is because of a perception that we all have done bad things. We are all idiots in one way or another, but here you see someone who gets what they deserve, he says, and continues:
of course I can only speak for the "Sopranos". For example, deserved Beansie it happened, in a way. I don't mean just with the mafia. But for example, if we had received Mr. Wegler to fall down a stairway and break the collarbone, we would all have cheered now.Refused to play the argument
According to David Chase, it was a scene that actor James Gandolfini at first refused to do, namely, the quarrel between his characters, Tony and Gloria at her home, where he ends with to lift her up and throw her brilliance.
He just would not do it. We do not know how it is having to lift up a woman and throw her. He would not be seen that way, or thought of in that way - he would probably rather not experience it, because then he had to actually put themselves into how it is. It must be credible, and he must actually do it. He would not be seen as a beast, " explains Chase.Reveals how the difficult drapsscenen in "The Sopranos" was recorded: - It was very uncomfortable
If David Chase had had the will, its basically, so would actually Gandolfini never have had the role of Tony Soprano.
according to The Richest, there was in fact a completely different actor Chase had in the telescope: namely, Steven Van Zandt, hovedmafiaskurken in the Norwegian series Lilyhammer.
however, This was at a time when Van Zandt had not yet had his breakthrough as an actor, so it would have been his first role. David Chase should have liked Van Zandt so well, that he wrote into a different role for him instead, namely, Silvio Dante.all about evil
David Chase tells us, moreover, that the serieskaperne tried to do their utmost to make the characters in "the Sopranos" " to get people to see what the series is really about.
- It's about people who have made a deal with the devil, and it starts with the boss. It's all about evil. I was surprised how difficult it was for people to see it, he says, according to Esquire, and continues:
You just have to trust me when I say this, but I can reveal that it would have been a limit to how far we would have gone to make sure that people realized it.
Although the series offers some of the most criminal råskinna which is to be found in the fictional american mafia, it is a fact that several of the actors who play in the series have a criminal record.
Tony Sirico ("Paulie Walnuts") is perhaps the actor with the longest record. In 1971 he was declared as "a danger to society" by a judge in New York, and a psychiatric report concluded that he suffered from "severe karakterbrist".bank robbery and narkosalg
Sirico had carried out several bank robberies, sold drugs and threatened a bareier with the bank because he did not get "the respect he deserves", according to rettsdokumenter The Smoking Gun has gotten hold of.
In prison, however, he was interested in acting, and Sirico have been law-abiding since the mid 70's.Pablo escobar's son: - Netflix encourages people to be dopselgere
Robert Rushing, who plays Anthony Soprano Jr., was that 16-year-old arrested for a robbery of two brazilian teenager in Manhattan. Ransbyttet was 40 dollars. Rushing got three years probation.
Tony Darrow, who played Larry Barese, was revealed as an active member of the crime family Gambino. He was charged with extortion after having mutilated a man who owed money to a lånehai. Darrow got the penalty its reduced to house arrest and probation, writes Screen Rant.AND THEN IT WAS over: Here you see five minutes of the very last "Sopranos"episode. Show more Show more Indicted for murder
Lillo Brancato Jr. - who had previously been arrested for possession of heroin - played the failed streberen Matthew Bevilaqua in the series, and had also starred in Robert De Niros directorial debut "A Bronx Tale".
police Officer Daniel Enchautegui came in December 2005, over two men who tried to break into an apartment. In an attempt to stop them he was shot and killed.
One of the innbruddsmennene was Lillo Brancato Jr., who was imprisoned and prosecuted for murder. Brancato Jr. put in jail for eight years, before he returned to his career as an actor after that judgment was finished sonet.
In an interview with the New York Post went medskuespiller Jamie-Lynn Return (Meadow Soprano) hard out against his colleague.After seven years of silence opened the final "Sopranos"-creator about tony's fate
I feel bad when I think of the policeman and his family. It is of course bad for the Lillos family also, but it is his own fault, stated the Return.tony's fate
Fooled you, by the way, what happened to Tony Soprano after the very last episode of "The Sopranos" was sent?
the News spread like wildfire on the internet after that "Sopranos"-creator David Chase, in an interview with Vox finally thrown light over tony's fate, after having remained silent for all these years.
Vox reporter Martha P. Nochimson could not, like so many others, restrain him when she interviewed Chase, and asked him whether Tony dies in the sisteepisoden.
To her surprise, shook Chase on the head, and said:
- No, it is not he.
The abrupt cut to black in the series, the last scene has near unisont been interpreted as that Tony, as he looked up at the Members Only-the man who came out of the toilet with what we all thought was a firearm in his hand, met his fate.Was mistaken
But since we are talking about David Chase, a man who is manic busy of details and contexts, it is of course not quite as easy as the short answer would indicate.- "The Sopranos" will always stand as a milestone in tv history
Especially not when the Chase in a statement via his spokesman shortly after the interview created a storm on the web and claimed that he was "misunderstood" in the interview.
- To simply quote Mr. Chase that "Tony Soprano is not dead" is not correct. The statement is part of a much larger context, and so set it directly wrong, " says the spokesperson Leslee Dart according to the New York Times.
According to Dart to Chase several times in the course of the interview said that there is no point in responding to the question of whether Tony Soprano is dead or not:
To continue the pursuit of the answer is meaningless. The last scene in "The Sopranos" poses a series of spiritual questions that have no right or wrong answers, " says Dart.Bloody riots and racial hatred. This is the new "Sopranos"