From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
X Company’s Torben Liebrecht on the many shades of Faber
“It’s hard for me to describe what this episode does, because it does so much. It’s the ultimate face off of two people representing different sides of this war, but on the other hand, are united by their love of innocence. There’s also the fact that they are supposed to act, and it’s demanded of them that they lead and not act how they are as people. In a way, that makes them two sides of the same coin.” Continue reading.
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