She ends up shooting him in what appears to be self-defense, then she looks up to the sky and howls. It’s a keen dramatic moment, made even better when you notice that the color of Mirren’s skirt and jacket is cerulean blue.
The rare western that might earn the approval of O diabo Veste Prada‘s Miranda Priestly, 1923 should engross Yellowstone fans too.
This new series, following up on 1883, moves the Dutton saga forward by a decisive four decades. The country has been to war over in Europe — we get a battle flashback — and the Great Depression is less than a decade away.
Things will be bad, at least according to the opening narration spoken by the familiar voice of 1883‘s Elsa Dutton (Isabel May): “Violence has always haunted this family. . . . Where it doesn’t follow, we hunt it down. We seek it.”
That sounds like the spirit of Hemingway coming through at a séance, but it does set a tone. Por outro lado, you might be surprised to hear someone use the phrase “a leopard the size of a sofa.”
Mirren and Harrison Ford are well matched as the new Dutton power players, Cara and Jacob. She’s crisply dutiful, resourceful but appealing, while he often has the expression of a man whose egg order keeps coming out wrong.
Who’s to say that isn’t historically accurate?
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1923 premieres Sunday evening on Paramount+ and Paramount Network, following the latest episode of Yellowstone no 8 PM. E.