From Myles McNutt of Cultural Learnings:
- The Atemporality of The Pillars of the Earth and its Impact on Game of Thrones
“Of course, considering the talent in front of the camera â€“ with Ian McShane, Rufus Sewell, Matthew MacFayden, Eddie Redmayne, Alison Pill, Donald Sutherland and Gordon Pinsent in prominent roles â€“ the miniseries is watchable, and has moments which hint to a greater depth which the series’ pace simply can’t indulge as often as one might like, but in the end one can’t help but feel that this is a miniseries produced by individuals who have too little faith in television as a medium for telling complex stories, choosing to boil down a narrative which would have likely been more engaging had it been left in its original form.” Read more.
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