A gorgeous disc that affords audiences a second chance to catch up with David Chase’s moving ode to dreams elapsed.
For me, The Sopranos is a tough choice, because the three shows deal with America in different ways.
Nobody on the series seems to have a conception of life outside of his or her own head.
David Chase knows that the sensuality of pop music and movies and the guilt of pretending to be a good Catholic boy are forever tangled up.
Fans of the show (and other fictional mob characters) often lack a true understanding of the mafia’s history.