‘Peaky Blinders’: Cillian Murphy says goodbye to the series: "It’s the end of a great adventure"


After three years of waiting since the broadcast of its last chapter, on February 27 the sixth season of ‘Peaky Blinders’ finally lands, one of the most anticipated installments of the BBC series that, in addition, promises to be the great television finale of the story of the Shelbys and their gangsters.

“I feel like it’s the end of something,” says its protagonist, Cillian Murphy, in an interview with The Guardian. “It’s strange to talk about this. I haven’t fully come to terms with it yet. Maybe when it’s really over I’ll have some perspective. It’s the end of 10 years of my life; a great adventure with many colleagues and people very close to me.” reflect.

Among the people with whom the actor has established more friendship, is his late partner, Helen McCrory, who gave life to Aunt Polly, the matriarch of the clan. “His death of him was incredibly sad and difficult. But I’m always careful when I talk about it. I’m a friend and a colleague, but I also have Damian to think about.” [Lewis, el marido de McCrory] and his sons. I don’t own that pain, you know? But she was a remarkable human being and a remarkable actress. It has been very difficult to do the series without her,” laments the interpreter.

It should be noted that, as stated by its creator, Steven Knight, a ‘Peaky Blinders’ movie is being developed, so there will be history in Birmingham for a while. Of course, the release date, the cast or some other detail of the plot is still unknown.

Big fan of Christopher Nolan

On the other hand, Murphy is immersed in an upcoming feature film led by Christopher Nolan, ‘Oppenheimer’. The film will be based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, ‘American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer’, which traces the story of Julius Robert Oppenheimer, the scientist behind the Manhattan Project who invented the atomic bomb.

As he acknowledges, Murphy has a special predilection for the director of ‘Origin’: “I always present myself to Chris’s proposals, whatever the size of the role. If Chris calls me for any project, I will be there. Isn’t it wonderful that filmmakers continue to make challenging, demanding movies within the studio system? I think he’s waving the flag. He and Paul Thomas Anderson and Quentin Tarantino are fantastic filmmakers who do interesting work on a grand scale.”

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