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Connie Britton: I live in LA, and dear Edward shot in New York. I love New York, but my son is 12, and you know, I just can’t get him out of school. Part of the reason I was able to do Dear Edward is that they were so generous and helpful in helping me schedule my flight to work for a few days and then straight out. I would only go maybe every three or four days. It was hard, because I hated being away from my son, but at least it made it possible for me to do the show. I really hope that it creates an avenue towards conversation around pain. I really think the world is in a state of collective grief and loss after years of global pandemics and the global climate crisis that are weighing heavily on people around the world, and I think there are a deep connection to the fact that we all experience grief. I hope that this show will bring a sense of understanding to those around me and let people know that they are not alone. When we tell stories right on television, we can really influence the way people know themselves, and that’s my goal. Dee Dee reminds me a bit of your character Ally from SMILF**, as well as Nicole from**The White Lotus**. What do you think drew you to that social role?**
Well, that’s interesting, because I love playing Tami Taylor, who isn’t like that. However, in recent years, the idea of playing characters that reflect a certain type of woman in this society has been very interesting to me. We’ve all had this idea of women who choose to live their lives with the kind of value system that revolves around social status and materialism, and I’m happy to break that down and understand human nature. the real person of that woman. Who is she? What is she denying about herself or not letting herself know about herself because she is so worried about all the things outside of her? I’ve always believed that every character I play (and I think, practically every woman in the world) is really trying to find her own strength, even if she doesn’t know how. It’s fun to be like, how can I find these characters’ powers?
And finally, we know that You’s female leads are generally not as good. Is there any chance that Joe will finally meet his rival with Kate? You probably know Connie Britton from Friday Night Lights, Nashville, American Horror Story, The White Lotus, or any of the other TV shows she’s appeared on—often playing the role of a kind suburban mom, a field familiar she’s always administered injections with surprising depth — but on the all-new Apple TV series Dear Edward, she embarks on a whole new challenge: portraying grief on the screen photo, with all the challenges attached. Based on the novel of the same name by Ann Napolitano, the TV version of Dear Edward is the brainchild of Jason Katims, creator of Friday Night Lights, and the show shares some emotional DNA with the classic series Texas football, but it’s more than a tear-jerking movie. . Britton plays Dee Dee, a posh housewife forced to face the bad side of life after losing her husband in a plane crash. Vogue recently spoke with Britton about filming Dear Edward, the potential healing power of discussing grief on TV, the roles she’s most reliably recognized for, and the challenges of acting. output is still ahead. Read the full interview below.
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- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
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