Teaser Trailer for HBO Miniseries Parade's End - Directed by Susanna White

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by Kerensa Cadenas
January 18, 2013 9:30 AM
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Susanna White, director of HBO's Generation Kill, directed the new HBO miniseries, Parade's End, penned by Tom Stoppard.  The series is adapted from a series of 1920s novels by Ford Madox Ford. Starring Rebecca Hall and Benedict Cumberbatch, the miniseries focuses around a love triangle between a British aristocrat, his socialite wife and a suffragette.

It will air on February 26th at 9pm on HBO.

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  • Rebekka | January 18, 2013 10:36 AMReply

    I saw this when it premiered in the UK. It's fantastic! Tom Stoppard is always brilliant and manages to turn a superb yet fiercely modernist book (meaning it abounds in slightly laborious streams of consciousness) into an engaging and fascinating miniseries about the social impacts of WWI. Benedict Cumberbatch is as stunning as always. I wasn't familiar with Rebecca Hall and Adelaide Clemens, but they both impressed me. I must say that I disagreed with some of Susanna White's staging decisions, but she brilliantly and subtly expressed the cultural movements surrounding WWI. But I am a history and film major -- others may find it a bit dull.

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