at home with Paul Gross. Well, I’ll be at home, on the couch, and he’ll be on television, in the first part of the CBC political thriller miniseries Trojan Horse, the sequel to H20 (fictional but timely) the other year. Here’s the Globe & Mail interview before it disappears. If it does, try this instead.
We’re also looking forward to Paul Gross’s next project, the movie Passchendaele, coming in November.
UPDATED TO ADD: Great good fun so far, and so many favorite faces, including William Hutt in what I assume must have been one of his last filmed roles. Also Saul Rubinek, Martha Burns, Susan Coyne, and Kenneth Welsh. And how funny to have a President Stanfield, the name, according to some, of “the best Prime Minister Canada never had” as well as iconic Canadian longjohns.