Richard Armitage’s Berlin Station ep 4 tweets

What I enjoyed about this was additional information — would like to see more of that.

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[Sorry — I have to interject here that the point is that it’s THE Adlon. Kempinski is by the bye.]

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I found the dialogue in this scene wildly offensive, to the point that I think that it’s complaint worthy. I don’t think it was good dialogue at all. Berlin Station proves in one line that it is not only sexist but also racist.

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What I think Richard Armitage missed here is this is the oldest Jewish stereotype in the book. Not thrilled with the tattered cliche of Jews selling out US interests to Israel and/or on top of chicken soup. It’s not cute.

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Also find it tiring to be told what I should be noticing.

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~ by Servetus on November 7, 2016.

4 Responses to “Richard Armitage’s Berlin Station ep 4 tweets”

  1. Verwirrend, wenn man sowas liest, aber nicht sieht, worauf es sich bezieht.

    Interessant, wenn man auch noch Lelands Tweets liest und versucht, beides zusammen zu bringen.😀 (Der Mann hat eindeutig zu viel von seiner Rolle mitgenommen – f**! *gg)

    • Yes, I second that.
      However, I find that if you read the tweets (both Orser’s and Armitage’s) and hold them up against the various pictures released, I can make out some of the plot.
      It IS confusing (and time consuming, sigh). Let’s hope it becomes available to us (Europe) soon.

  2. Serv, what is it with the soup – chicken?
    Sorry, but didn’t understand your comment.

    • Chicken soup / matzah ball soup is kind of a Jewish stereotype, as is that of the Jewish mother insisting that one eat some. The Israeli agent, a middle aged woman, brings the Jewish CIA agent some soup. It’s like a bad Jewish joke.

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