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Tyrant is a 2014 TV series, broadcast in Italy in 2015, created by Gideon Raff and Howard Gordon.

If one has already been caught in the sticky shirts of Homeland - a series that should be seen at least once before dying - it is unlikely that he will not be equally grasped by Tyrant. And they probably conceived it for this very reason, to recapture those who have now generated Carrie Mathison addiction, the authors of Tyrant, who are, then, Gideon Raff and Howard Gordon: that is, the guy who created the Israeli TV series from which he descended Homeland, and the latter's showrunner. Tyrant - someone explain to us the title, which obviously has nothing to do with the monster of the Umbrella corporation - is almost a spin-off of Homeland, to want to use a paradox that would then be such only up to a certain point. It takes place in an invented Eastern country, more or less on the border with Saudi Arabia, governed by a presidential regime that freed itself but not much from dictatorship. The protagonist - one of the two protagonists - is called Bassam Al-Fayeed (Adam Rayner) is the youngest son of the president of this imaginary kingdom named Abbudin. A handsome, thirty-five year old man who has long lived in America where he married (with the ethereal Jennifer Finnegan), has two teenage children and is a pediatrician by profession. To see him, it is immediately clear that Bassam, now Barry, is a good man, a calm and calm person, and that he is a progressive. Abbudin, to live with his father and mother, was left with the cadet brother, Jamal Al-Fayeed, played by the excellent Ashraf Barhom, one with narrow, slightly cross-eyed eyes and separate incisors. Just look at him too to understand just as quickly that Bassan's palynody is: he is a Gascon, half whore and even more than half, one who loves to move his hands as well as the bird. Just put it that way to understand where Tyrant wants to go.

Be careful, though. It is not so much the story of Cain and Abel, but rather that of Romulus and Remus that could be taken as a model, to describe what happens when, having to marry the son of Jamal - who Jamal has as his wife that stratospheric pussy that has become Moran Atias, even more imperial pussy than when Dario Argento took her as Mater Lacrimarum in the Third Mother - Barry and his family are invited to the wedding and the ex Bassam is forced, after twenty years of distance, to set foot again in Abbudin. Everything will be short and quick, think the good brother who can't wait to get back on the plane, but: a twist, the father has a stroke and passes away. And at the same time Jamal, who is depupazzando a chick on his red-headed Ferrari is semi-poisoned and we do not miss emasculated by the same who turns out to be a suicide bomber terrorist. Barry, who is already with the family on the plane, is forced to disembark and wait for the outcome of the events. Jamal, half worn out, is elected new president of the country and wants his younger brother by his side as a councilor. And the little brother must make a good face in bad luck, of course ... Apart from being a very spicy dish, but of those oriental fragrances that are also liked by the palate of Westerners, Tyrant like Homeland, draws strength from never being that that might seem; from not caressing expectations and predictions; from unveiling, as Cicero would have said, it seems paris magnis licet to compose, the features of the human soul through actions that promptly deny what the intentions would have said. In other words, the characters - who are the two main characters, of the two brothers - have a good margin of absolute unpredictability, in what they do and in the relationships they weave together. And I'd say this is the interesting and engaging heart of the series.

Jamal is delightfully out of control in everything he does: for example, at his son's wedding, he goes to his daughter-in-law's room to test his illusion and ends up deflowering her with a finger. One of her lovers, a blonde with whom she would seem sincerely in love and with whom she would even have planned to flee to the Maldives, suddenly and without reason suffocates her after an embrace. Basically, a kind of serial killer with the behavioral madness of a capricious seven year old boy. The big crazy variable of the series that you can't help but become attached to as the good brother does, even if he decides to cheat and unseat him. Of course, there is also a need to put more into it, in Tyrant - which perhaps comes to mind now, resonates with "tyrant": therefore the reference to the recent Arab springs and all the aural discourse - which some, foolishly, they took as central - political in nature. So also some soap opera sub-plots, like Jamal's wife who was a former lover of her little brother and still carries the signs of the ancient flame; or Barry's son who is happily gay even though he dances on the edge of the abyss when he makes a close friendship with the son of the chief of security at Abbudin. Then there is also an uncle general warmonger, very shitty, who makes communion with Atias - powerful and intriguing woman - and who seems exemplary on figures such as that of Tareq Aziz (and in fact he is called his own Tareq). As we review the first season in Italy, the second in America is going - June 2015 - which promises even more flamboyant flares and incorrect twists than the first.


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