From Sabrina Furminger of Westender:
Link: CBC’s The Romeo Section dramatizes decades of gangs, drugs and espionage in Vancouver
In the world of The Romeo Section, CBC Television’s critically acclaimed drama about Vancouver’s homegrown espionage scene, lying is as commonplace as breathing. Characters lie to get what they want. They lie to get through the day. Watching these crafty men and women fabricate falsehoods is one of the reasons that, for many Canadians, the series is must-see TV. Continue reading.
From Safeeya Pirani of BC Living:
Link: Meet The Romeo Section’s Fei Ren
“I love how the whole production is so collaborative and everyone is just like a family. And of course Chris Haddock is just amazing to work with. He focuses so much on character development and communicating with all of us. He also wrote the scripts really well, so it allows me to dig deeper into my role.” Continue reading.
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