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Re: Fringe (Season 5 - 2012)
« on: October 14, 2012, 08:12:30 am »
In Absentia

Wow!! In Absentia is both deeply moving and compelling and in a way emotionally satisfying. It's not shocking that Eric Lange brought his A-Game in the role as Gael Manfretti, Loyalist guard for the Observers. He was nothing short of amazing here and brought a humanity to a character hardened by the choice that he made to save his save, but at the cost of his own soul. The counterpoint to his decision is if Etta will go down that path in the ways she combats Loyalist. The ending was very rewarding because she sets him free and he makes the choice to right his wrongs. Also cool is that the writers have set up some future McGuffin's as they hunt down Beta Max Tapes that hold secrets that can change this future world being run by Observers.

Eric Lange is best known for his role as Radzinsky on Lost. Speaking of Lost, I liked the little nod to the series when Peter and Walter peer down into the hatch when looking for the Steam Tunnels that run under Harvard School.
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