What does it all boil down to? Moments.
In the “Sopranos” pilot, it’s the almost weird joy on James Gandolfini’s face as he wades into the swimming pool to interact with the ducks that have been hanging around the yard. We’ve barely met Tony Soprano, but he’s clearly a man on the verge of starting to figure himself out. He has everything, but there’s still something missing, and maybe it’s here, in this pool, in this joy.
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