HP Pavilion Laptop Used by Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut) in Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 7: Say My Name (2012)

HP Pavilion Laptop Used by Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut) in Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 7: Say My Name (2012) - TV Show Product Placement

HP Pavilion Laptop Used by Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut) in Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 7: Say My Name (2012) - TV Show Product Placement

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Film and TV series production is a team effort. The series “breaking bad” has high ratings and an armful of awards, because each of the team coped with ” excellent”: here and a great idea, and a powerful script, and a great acting game and further on the list.

Idea. Yes, indeed, an unusual idea: a brilliant chemist Walter White, who has to work at school and earn extra money at the car wash, learning that he is terminally ill, begins to cook methamphetamine, taking as assistants his former negligent student and drug addict Jesse Pinkman.

Scenario. Very subtly rubbed out each character and his motivation. The complexity of the twists and turns is directly proportional to the disclosure of the characters, that is, the hero gets into a difficult situation when the viewer can worry about him. Even functional characters are drawn to the smallest detail, each of them has its own history, its own character. There is not a single “piece of cardboard” in the frame. For example, such a fleeting hero as crazy eight manages to open up for small timekeeping.

All the characters are connected by strong storylines and their interactions lead to unexpected twists.

I especially want to mention the dialogues that take not quantity but quality. There are no senseless conversations, pathos monologues – everything is clear and to the point with an accurate reflection of the essence.

Actor’s game. The actors are great in ensembles and individually. I especially want to mention Giancarlo Esposito and his way of cautious drug Lord, Bob Odenkirk, embodied Saul Goodman, a smart lawyer with an incredible wardrobe and demeanor, is fair and wise criminal, performed by Jonathan banks and Dean Norris, who became a principled and fearless big Hank on the screen. The tiny on-screen daughter Holly Wiatow organic and appropriate in their reactions, but there is a Bravo Directors.

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul… In the last five seasons, white (Bryan Cranston) and Pinkman (Aaron Paul) find themselves not only in criminal trouble but in the dramatic situation. They are happy, then broken, then love, then devastated. On the present. Without replay without sinking to the level of theater Ostrovsky and thus setting the bar.

And thanks to Vince Gilligan for not “killing” Pinkman in the first season, as originally planned, giving the audience the most sincere and good spoiled guy.

Five seasons as an instant… Bitch!