TV host: Why did McGregor have a mustache in Vary? Gentleman in Moscow will answer

TV host: Why did McGregor have a mustache in Vary? Gentleman in Moscow will answer
TV host: Why did McGregor have a mustache in Vary? Gentleman in Moscow will answer
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The eight-episode Gentleman in Moscow enters the streaming platform Paramount+, its services are provided by the company SkyShowtime. Count Alexander Ilyi Rostov, played by McGregor, has been under house arrest for ten long years after the Bolshevik revolution, to which he was sentenced as an incorrigible lecher by a red tribunal, in the attic room of the Metropol Hotel.

Seril was created based on the book of the same name, also published in 1988, and its author, Amor Towles, became famous for his novels The Rules of Ambiguity or Lincoln’s Deal. McGregor’s aloof hero, gifted with excellent taste, humor and indomitable optimism, who has never worked a day in his life, follows the lesson of his godfather, the Grand Duke, that if the hunter does not deal with the circumstances, the circumstances deal with him.

Here, without any feeling, he always faces fate and in the hotel’s microcosm from the bar to the reception, behind its windows a lot of Russian history, including adventures, is bulging. McGregor hardened the earl over a period of twenty years, from 1922 to 1954, so it was not only his mane that had to go through masking interventions.

The main female role of Anna was embodied by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, with whom McGregor collaborated, among other things, on the TV series Fargo. According to reports, Johnny Harris or Paul Ready will appear in front of the camera, and in addition to Great Britain, it was filmed in Moscow.

The article is in Czech

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