The Ultimate Guide to Mad Men: The Guardian companion to the slickest show on television (Anglais) Broché – 4 novembre 2010
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'Who could not be happy with all this?'
Donald Draper, season one, episode two
Sophisticated, controversial and stylish, Mad Men has been mesmerising its many fans since it first appeared on our screens in 2007. The Hitchcock-inspired title sequence, the period Madison Avenue set design and the impeccably styled costumes have all garnered admiration, but it is the quality of the scripts and the intensity of the drama that keeps people coming back for more.
What is Don Draper's big secret?
Will Pete and Peggy's love ever see the light of day?
And how on earth do they manage to smoke and drink so much over the course of a working day?
These questions and countless like them are debated in this brilliant collection, which features comments and discussions from the Guardian's Notes from the Break Room blog coupled with in-depth interviews with the show's creators and stars. Whether you've been watching the series from the beginning or are new to the show, The Ultimate Guide to Mad Men is as compelling as the show itself.
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But how could it be the ultimate guide to “Mad Men”? It came out in 2012! Back when Lane Pryce was still counting beans and dating bunnies, when Roger was first getting experienced, and when Joan was throwing herself to the Jaguars!
Instead it’s a sort of time capsule – a time capsule of a time capsule, as it were – real-time content as it appeared in The Guardian’s blog, hot on the heels of each episode’s debut in the first three seasons, complete with speculations and theories by commentators and the public that we, in our God-like remove, can sit back and smile at.
Which, frankly, is a considerable part of the book’s charm, because it’s fascinating to watch viewers and fans do (to read the rest of this review, please go to: http://wp.me/P23AlC-vc)