THE SOPRANOS (1999 – 2007)

the sopranos

Creator: David Chase.

Cast: James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco, Edie Falco .

Tony Sopranos mob guy has anxiety attack and go see a psychiatric to see what is going on with him. He lives in New Jersey and has professional, personals issues to deal with.

HBO’s dark, absorbing, and incredibly funny Mafia series has became a cult series and is quality television. A great series, you are hooked from the beginning.  Tony Soprano, a rising New Jersey mob captain whose life is stressful already in his professional life and personal life. Psychiatrist Dr. Melfi (Lorraine Bracco), who is  fascinated and repulsed by her notorious client and does not want him as a client but takes him any way. Davis Chase avoid the cliche like in analyze this but attack the material a different way. how does a man from Tony’s world react to a therapy culture of victimization and medication? How does a mental health doctor treat a criminal patient without judging him? On the top of that how does he manages his soldiers, and out smart the feds. survive attempted hits, and deal with the passive-agressive manipulation of a mother like Livia Soprano, Played by the wonderful Nancy Marchand; The first season introduce the Sopranos and gets into their lives of thieves, murderer, as well as their personal lives. Here is some quality television that most people have seen already, if not you must see it. Four members of northern New Jersey’s only real-life mob family, the DeCavalcantes, were secretly taped in 1999 by federal investigators talking about their similarity to the fictional DiMeo/Soprano crime family. After the pilot had aired, James Gandolfini was told by a real-life “wise guy” never to wear shorts again and never they go see a psychiatric they didn’t like that at all. James Gandolfini said that he was often contacted by real-life ‘wise guys’ complimenting him on the authenticity of the series as well as giving him advice.

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