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93 has hidden a curled up sketch of Big Ben in a wine bottle and his friend 554, a café waitress, shows Six her drawing of the Statue of Liberty, although she has no idea what it is. This remake is smart and quick, and succeeds in ways that the original did not.Number Six soon finds that he is not alone in his confused and desperate state. The compressed time frame of six episodes versus the original's seventeen gives more urgency to the storytelling, revealing clues to the mystery at a faster pace and accelerating the viewing thrill.
Mc Kellen's chillingly mannered, cruel-to-be kind approach pitted against Caviezel's blunt cowboy style produces a tension-filled, yet almost intimate, dance between Two and Six.In addition to these two fine performances, credit must also go to series writer Bill Gallagher.Watch the trailer on You Tube Read Ian Mc Kellen's blog on The Prisoner The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?The Prisoner, an AMC six-episode remake of the 1960s cult classic starring the late Patrick Mc Goohan as Number Six, poses a variation on popular culture's great question of social conscience: are you part of the problem or are you part of the solution?Prisoners on the solution side bide their time without emotion or opinion in a desert oasis called The Village - literally the only place to be - with identical pink A-frame houses and palm trees.
The sort of retirement community one might encounter outside Phoenix, Arizona.This Village setting is actually in the Namibian Desert in Africa, according to Sir Ian Mc Kellen's Prisoner blog.Mc Kellen delivers a riveting performance as the fear-inducing Number Two, head of the mysterious Village command center known as the Clinic and the only Villager who gets to live in swank digs with a wine cellar.Prisoners who are problems, like Number Six, played quite convincingly by James Caviezel, are constantly heading into the desert via hired taxi or hijacked bus to find the ocean they are convinced is not far beyond - only to be re-delivered to the Village.The show's opening scene could come straight out of nightly news footage as Six tries to crawl across the desert while an elderly British man, Number 93, is hunted down by sniper fire.Six discovers that, although portrayed initially as compliant simpletons, some Villagers have secretly been making sketches of memories from what might be, God forbid, lives before the Village.