Julia Roberts and Sean Penn in Starz 'Gaslit': TV review
"History is not written by weak masses: pansing, communications, queers and women
It is written and rewritten by soldiers who carry the flag of the kings. "
This declares G. Gordon Liddy (Shea Whigham) in the first minutes of Starz Gaslit.
If it were not obvious, in which camp is seen, the camera slowly away to reveal it holding its open palm over a flame.
What does not realize is that the series in which it is is, in fact, a story of those supposedly weak masses
Adapted by Robbie Pickering of the slow podcast burn, Gaslit aims to shine a light in the stories not told around the watercate scandal
There is probably a pretty good movie buried somewhere in those episodes of eight hours.
Roberts is dazzling in the first episodes like Martha, who seems to spend her nest days through DC parties as she owns the room.
Maybe there is even a small reflective drama to be made about the Frankish wills
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