The Sopranos

Classic appreciation from 2004, republished with a new introduction by the author. “In the dark night of the soul, it is often three o’clock in the afternoon on the pool terrace of a mobster’s house in New Jersey. The rule of law exists only to be flouted; power to be flaunted; any scruple to be parodied. It’s appalling. I love it. Love it more, in fact, than the Godfather movies, which are supposedly the superior cinematic achievement” (3,280 words)

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