For fans and non-fans alike, Netflix’s ‘The Sandman’ is a dream come true

What’s important is that Sturridge captures the competitive aspects of Morpheus that always churn beneath his impassive surface: his haughtiness, his wounded vulnerability; his rigidity, his longing for connection. Also, his brittle anger, his ability to—almost, not quite, but almost—laugh at himself. The series cleverly reinforces the role of Dream’s librarian, played here by Vivienne …

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Netflix makes Neil Gaiman’s dream come true

The publication The Sandman Review: Netflix Makes Neil Gaiman’s Dream Come True appeared first on Consequence. The tone: What if amorphous concepts like Desire, Despair, and Death had anthropomorphic representations and kingdoms over which they ruled? What if, among them, one of the most powerful was Dream (Tom Sturridge), who oversaw the land where all …

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Netflix makes Neil Gaiman’s dream come true

The tone: What if amorphous concepts like Desire, Despair, and Death had anthropomorphic representations and kingdoms over which they ruled? What if, among them, one of the most powerful was Dream (Tom Sturridge), who oversaw the land where all living creatures arrive when their eyes close and their minds take flight? That is perhaps the …

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