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How conversations with real friends can make drama more authentic

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The TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel Conversations with Friends was released earlier this week to a somewhat mixed reception. Some viewers were torn by Joe Alwyn’s confused South Dublin/English/sometimes Australian accent, while others were dissatisfied with the stunted dialogue and the characters’ intense and often unnerving introspection.

Personally, I secretly predicted that this would happen. When I first watched normal people In 2020 I was blown away. Things got so bad that I asked my boyfriend to wear a silver chain and longed for him to become emotionally unavailable. It was an overwhelming and visceral viewing experience. I seriously wondered if I had stood up Connell Waldron at some point in my life.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/how-conversations-with-real-friends-can-make-drama-more-authentic-41672603.html How conversations with real friends can make drama more authentic

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