Dolly Parton was asked in an interview how long it took to get her hairstyle done. “How am I going to know, if I’m never there.” His wit is not tarnished by any of his wigs.
On Thursday it premiered on La Sexta The Lewinsky Affair, the third installment of the anthology American Crime Story, a series known by Ryan Murphy, its main producer, but not written by him: each season is based on a book that different screenwriters have adapted. In this case, with the blessing of Monica Lewinsky, who has producer credit.
The actresses who star The Lewinsky Affair, a cast of falling backwards, could have paraphrased Dolly Parton in the face of questions about her characters’ hairstyle. There are Edie Falco, Margo Martindale, Analeigh Ahsford, Beanie Fedelstein and, of course, Sarah Paulson, who plays the true protagonist of the season, Linda Tripp, the lady who, after winning Lewinsky’s friendship, recorded her confidences without his consent. about her affair with Bill Clinton and betrayed her by filtering the audios.
Linda Tripp was there when she was being combed. She once told her hairdresser that she would rather be probed than have to go to a public women’s restroom because she had seen Hillary Clinton wear one. Tripp has no opinion on the series because she passed away in 2020. The one who has spoken is her daughter Allison, who has praised Sarah Paulson’s work: “She has conveyed to the audience that my mother had a sense of loyalty and did what I thought it was okay. ” He has also said that he laughed at some lines that reflect his sense of humor. Let the wigs not prevent us from seeing the forest: the difference between villainy and antiheroism is only a matter of point of view.
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