‘Remembering James Gandolfini and Tony Soprano’

[Alan Sepinwall][1]: > Tony Soprano was a monster, but an oddly relatable one. He struggled with his family, whether enduring the caustic disapproval of his mother or the misbehavior of his kids, and went to therapy to deal with panic attacks and a wide-ranging feeling of depression. But he also had no compunction about strangling […]

Published by Ben Brooks