click to enlarge The Virginia War Memorial was featured in a nicely done tracking shot that moved from exterior to interior.

The Virginia War Memorial was featured in a nicely done tracking shot that moved from exterior to interior.

Monday, March 26, 2018

So How Did Richmond Look on "Homeland" Episode Seven?

Posted By on Mon, Mar 26, 2018 at 1:00 AM

Last night's "Homeland" episode number seven was called "Andante," and as far as this season goes, it was a kind of a yawner.

The episode played out like a slow dance between two spies, as Carrie (Claire Danes) and Dante (Morgan Spector) circled each other suspiciously before getting busy in his apartment. This was after a clearly stressed-out Carrie was forced to leave her sister's home to deal with her absent mommy issues. Apparently, it's really hard to be a CIA agent and stay-at-home mother.

There weren't as many establishing shots of Richmond in this episode, though the Virginia War Memorial was prominently featured and looked great during a scene where President Keane is handing out medals just after learning that her chief of staff wants to resign because he's been having a fling with a Russian agent. Awwww snap!

Trivia note: the actor Spector who plays Dante is married to the amazing British actress Rebecca Hall ("Christine"). Why is she not in this somehow?

Anyway, here are a few of the more prominent Richmond moments:

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