“The Silence of a falling star lights up the purple sky.”
Season Three of Homeland is one of it’s darkest and not only for the obvious reason.
Carrie learns what Brody has known for a long time: mission before the man applies to her, too.
In a very busy, noisy season, in the background is the silence between the lovers. We wait for their reunion. They wait for a sign, a word, with ever encroaching despair.
Continue reading “Falling Star Part Two: The Silence”
Obsession – the state of being obsessed with someone or something; an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person’s mind.
When we watch a TV programme we do so to get away from the reality of our own lives. This could be considered a tad ironic as we then become totally engrossed in and obsessed with the ‘reality’ in whatever programme we are watching. We start to react to what is happening on the show and talk about character’s problems as if they are real. One of the reasons for this is simply that, while this character is fiction, their problems may resonate with us and we start to root for that character as a result. We have the desire to see our favourites come out on top and get their way in a way that maybe we cannot. Continue reading “Divergent”
Damianista’s note: What if Carrie wrote a letter to Dana about her father? NotLinda is giving us a brilliant Homeland Fan Fiction today. ENJOY!
Continue reading “Fan Fiction by NotLinda: Dear Dana”
A lot of time has passed since the Brody era of Homeland graced our screens. October 2011, to be exact, was when the series first started. Every now and then we still run into folks on Twitter discovering those first few seasons for the first time. Homeland does have this “eternal” thing going for it, themes that transcend time and space, maybe. Which is crazy seeing as how it’s so driven by the news and politics of the day. Maybe even for current events, the idea of we’ve been here before and we’ll be here again still applies? Whatever the case, the show begs revisiting and will be written in whatever books they keep about these things as one of the best shows in television history. I still watch despite the fact there’s no Brody, mostly because I loved Carrie a good bit more than I loved Brody. I know that doesn’t apply to a lot of the readers (or writers!) of this blog. Alas, here we are.
Carrie’s back in DC in Homeland Season 7, so little to no chance of her meeting up with Bobby. But that’s exactly what I couldn’t help but imagine during the year she spent in NYC. What better time than now to revisit a wee bit of fantasy where Carrie meets Bobby Axelrod at a coffee shop in Manhattan.
Continue reading “Homeland meets Billions: “Somebody That I Used to Know””
I know most of you, exactly like me, cried buckets when our beloved Brody died in Homeland. But have you ever imagined what final thoughts did possibly go through his mind during his last moments? As someone who has still not been brave enough to watch that horrific scene, I certainly have not. But NotLinda, a terrific fan, whose fan story and her fan fiction “Dear Dana” we published earlier on the blog, has. Massive thanks go to her for giving us Brody’s final prayer in a new fan fiction. Please keep the Kleenex close by as you read. And if you have written fan fiction for any of Damian’s characters you would like posted on Fan Fun, please email us at email@example.com. Continue reading “Fan Fiction: Brody’s Prayer”