It’s not every day that the viewer has access to two of the biggest streamings at the same time, a super production about Americans developed by an Englishman and another about English people produced by an American.
“The Golden Age”, available on HBO Max, and “Anatomy of a Scandal”, on Netflix, are shows that talk not only about the creatures that occupy the screen, but also, and a lot, about their creators.
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The most interesting is the first. It bears the signature of Julian Fellowes, author of the screenplay for the film “Murder in Gosford Park” (2001), by Robert Altman, and creator of the very successful “Downton Abbey”, a series shown between 2010 and 2015.
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