Why Chriss Peddler denied juddering against Sarah Lund!

//   11 dicembre 2019   // 0 Commenti

The Knives Out jumper is part of a new trend for the The Statement Utility Jumper. Recently, we’ve also seen the ribbed, tight-fitting jumper in the No Time to Die poster, where James Bond looks as if he is both #humblebragging about his pecs but also semaphoring an edgy, ready-for-the-apocalypse vibe (all in all, very War Core). And Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in The Lighthouse, going quietly off-kilter in ribbed, wide-necked jumpers. These jumpers feel imbued with a pre-worn history and a heavy attitude. As Knives Out costume designer Jenny Eagan said: “I’m not sure if it’s the sweater or who’s wearing the sweater.”

The Statement Utility Jumper is all very “Big Knit Energy” (Hi, Sarah Lund) and exactly the opposite of The Christmas Jumper that, in contrast, has all the dark energy and presence of Crazy Frog’s cover of Last Christmas. In interesting timing, the Christmas jumper was officially cancelled last week when charity Hubbub said they were bad for the environment. An early Christmas present for anyone who felt the juddering, in-coming horror at the thought of wearing their Hotline Bling jumper to the Christmas party next week.

And although, like every episode in the series so far, it was well directed and acted, “The Gunslinger” was also relatively light on action. There’s really only one significant action sequence, when Mando and Toro race towards their target on speeder bikes, and then Toro wrestles with their target, Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen). Wen’s appearance as a hardened, amoral assassin—she even worked for the Hutts!–was believably badass, both on an action and on a dialogue level.

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