Casio Men’s CA53W-1 Calculator Watch Worn by Bryan Cranston (Walter White) in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 11: Mandala (2009)

Casio Men's CA53W-1 Calculator Watch Worn by Bryan Cranston (Walter White) in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 11: Mandala (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Casio Men's CA53W-1 Calculator Watch Worn by Bryan Cranston (Walter White) in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 11: Mandala (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

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Standing graveside the school Board with chemicals in the right hand, positive results of tests for lung cancer in the teeth and the betrayal of friends promising youth behind a middle-aged and still hairy pious loser Walter white decides from despair to plunge into the maelstrom of crystallized methamphetamine happiness. He dives there with his former student with a rich vocabulary Jesse Pinkman. From season to season, from episode to episode seamlessly, truthfully and honestly reveals the universal shit is rotten from top to bottom of the system in miniature microcosm of Albuquerque. Presented at first almost ideal scheme of relationships in the families of Walter and Hank cracks in the first season and the fifth is transformed into a tectonic shift. Almost all the characters of this five-season focus of bread and circuses thought out to the last detail. And they’re all so charismatic that I sometimes dreaded Walter’s daughter, little Holly, pulling on a black hat, growing a hussar mustache and wearing glasses, pulling a loaded gun out of diapers. Many serial products are full of meaningless and merciless dialogues. Fortunately, in this multi-part film from the lips of the characters does not pour unnecessary slag, preventing to understand, accept and forgive everything that happens on the screen.

Women’s images, especially Walter’s wife, certainly bright and interesting, but to the degree of brightness of the male, they are still far away. This justice in the face of Hank, devoted to family and work; resourcefulness and corruption in the face of a lawyer with a speaking name Goodman; a code of honor, the epitome of which is the repentant sinner Mike; absolute emotionless evil, represented by ‘cook’ Fring; revenge, pure and without impurities in the incarnation of the man of Salamanca and many others, is inscribed in the mosaic narrative.

The key and leading is the process of metamorphosis arising from the original name. The contrast between Walter solving problems at the blackboard and Heisenberg crossing the line of morality and all human, looking at enemies as if from hell, is akin to the contrast between an angel and a demon. Conscience and a beacon of light in the darkness act Jesse, giving hope, letting in all the drama through the prism of his, at times vulnerable and childish, sometimes violent and adult perception, loved me not lost the ability to love and empathize.

Justice is not triumphant here, it hits the audience’s head with a crowbar and quietly bleeds, trying to crush under the slab of darkness and despair from the realization of all the inner and outer hell that happened to the Central characters. This brainchild of remarkable directorial talent and acting skills can be represented in the form of one large Chekhov’s gun hanging on the wall. The viewer can only guess when it will shoot and then enjoy and admire in a fit of cinematic ecstasy the manner of his shooting and the accuracy of hitting the target of each bullet fired.