Bradford Winters on “civic obligation” of Berlin Station

In an article in the Los Angeles Times about how drama writers are dealing with the pace of present-day politics in the U.S.

~ by Servetus on May 18, 2017.

4 Responses to “Bradford Winters on “civic obligation” of Berlin Station”

  1. Geopolitic and series a current subject doesn’t it?


    • I think the concrete problem in the US, anyway, is that right now there’s no way that a series that has to be conceived six months to a year ahead of broadcast could possibly be immediately relevant (like Homeland, writing on the assumption that Hillary Clinton would be US president). Anyone who wrote about the US president right now, for instance, could be sidelined in a second.


      • Moisi said something like that about Putin reaction with “Occupied” series. My traduction was corrected by an English teacher (very nice customer) she made a great job. I can’t send it now because I am still working. The text is “resting” at home. If I were better organised, I wouldn’t be boring on a very bad rainy night without sick people to look after.


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