To go along with Project Blue Book’s premiere in Latin America, Aidan Gillen did a new interview with the newspaper LA Nacion. The title of the article translates to: “Nostalgia, like paranoia, always attracts the public.”
Here are a couple of other bits courtesy of Google Translate (so forgive me if it’s not exact).
Q: Why do you think people are so attracted to period fictions?
“I think nostalgia always sells. Our story takes place in the 50s, an era that exploded very well in
Q: You’ve been part of one of the most important
“No way! I’m a big fan of The Wire. My character, Tommy Carcetti, is probably the favorite role of my career. He was mayor on that HBO series and the truth is, I couldn’t imagine my life without having played it. It was really breaking up in terms of how to tell a story. In part, the writers of The Wire set a tone to tell a story, in a leisurely and long-term way. The fact that it was a critical success led many producers to come up with a similar kind of story, with a record closer to the novel. The Wire really was a miracle. “