On this Shakespeare Sunday and UK Mother’s Day…
And all my mother came into mine eyes. And gave me up to tears. – Henry V
Steven Vey needs a hug and gets a hug from the only person to whom he can disclose the entire sordid truth about the recent events in his life.
“What’s done, is done.” – Macbeth
Judges played by Michael Kitchen belong on prime-time TV. A nominee for a stolen Supreme Court seat? Not so much.
Yet another spectacle orchestrated by a megalomaniac president.
The lord chancellor calls to convey some good news to Steven Vey.
From a fun review of The Guilty by David Wiegand at SFGate.com:
…there is no denying the pleasure of watching Kitchen be so repugnant.
…Eventually, the coincidences pile up to the point where you just say “the heck with it” and enjoy the good parts of the show.
In other words, all the scenes with MK.
In another review at nj.com, the question I have is asked:
Does he rape her? We’re not sure — she passes out as he forces himself on her — but his behavior following the incident falls considerably short of chivalrous.
To me, it seems he stopped at assault:
“Full-out rape” according to the comprehensive, well-written review at filmintuition.com.