Category: Peter Quinn

findmyrupertfriend: I’m very proud to be part…

findmyrupertfriend:

I’m very proud to be part of Homeland. I think it’s one of the great shows that’s ever been made. So to be a part of it is thrilling. 

Behind the Scenes ︱ Season 4 ︱ PETER QUINN: THE ASSASSIN

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HAPPY NATIONAL TEACHER’S DAY!

We are definitely hot for teacher!

Yours, For Always Now, Sydney 2019-04-26 01:26:59

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Quinn XL 
The way he looks at her…💔

Sydney, you are killing me

findmyrupertfriend: Quinn XL ↳ The way he loo…

findmyrupertfriend:

Quinn XL 
The way he looks at her…💔

Sydney, you are killing me

findmyrupertfriend: How do I think Quinn has …

findmyrupertfriend:

How do I think Quinn has evolved over the past three seasons?

He was very much a company man, if that makes sense, at the beginning. As we found out in season two, he had kinda a side agenda with David Estes to assassinate Brody. But even then, the first flickers of conscience, I think, were creeping in. He couldn’t quite pull the trigger on a man praying. Seeing a couple in love seemed wrong to cause so much devastation. 

And yet in season three, it opens up and he’s taking out targets in the way he’s supposed to do for his job. And of course, by inadvertently killing a child, I feel like maybe that was the insistent knocking of his conscience getting louder.   

So in season four, obviously, Quinn’s pretty much had it with the whole organization and is spiraling out of control. And the death of Sandy Bachman is just the straw that broke the camel’s back in a way. What we see is someone struggling with the sense of what is right versus a sense of what they truly feel is right for them. 

Behind the Scenes ︱ Season 4 ︱PETER QUINN: THE ASSASSIN
Quinn’s evolution

findmyrupertfriend: How do I think Quinn has …

findmyrupertfriend:

How do I think Quinn has evolved over the past three seasons?

He was very much a company man, if that makes sense, at the beginning. As we found out in season two, he had kinda a side agenda with David Estes to assassinate Brody. But even then, the first flickers of conscience, I think, were creeping in. He couldn’t quite pull the trigger on a man praying. Seeing a couple in love seemed wrong to cause so much devastation. 

And yet in season three, it opens up and he’s taking out targets in the way he’s supposed to do for his job. And of course, by inadvertently killing a child, I feel like maybe that was the insistent knocking of his conscience getting louder.   

So in season four, obviously, Quinn’s pretty much had it with the whole organization and is spiraling out of control. And the death of Sandy Bachman is just the straw that broke the camel’s back in a way. What we see is someone struggling with the sense of what is right versus a sense of what they truly feel is right for them. 

Behind the Scenes ︱ Season 4 ︱PETER QUINN: THE ASSASSIN
Quinn’s evolution

findmyrupertfriend: Ernest Donovan ‖ Peter Qu…

findmyrupertfriend:

Ernest Donovan ‖ Peter Quinn

FUCK.

Sigh. Not again. I was hoping for some fun for Ernest.

findmyrupertfriend: Ernest Donovan ‖ Peter Qu…

findmyrupertfriend:

Ernest Donovan ‖ Peter Quinn

FUCK.

My poor babies!!!!!

findmyrupertfriend: “My first scene was the f…

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“My first scene was the first that we and Carrie and gang meet. And I remember it being a bit like, sort of, stepping into the television cause I was standing on the side and there was this amazing cast of people I had just been watching home in England. And suddenly your sort of standing in the middle of it all. 

The second scene that I did, I was late for. Which I’ve never been late in my whole career. It’s a crap excuse, but my alarm didn’t go off. And it was the scene where I had to stab Damian through the hand. And it’s mortifying to come in late — it’s very bad. I never do it. It wasn’t like I was trying, you know, be twenty minutes late to be kinda cool. It was like, three or four hours. The had to shoot something else.  

I didn’t have a phone so nobody could get a hold of me; nobody knew where I lived — nothing — so they had to do a bit of CIA work to track me down. And then I had to put a knife through the lead character’s hand so it was sort of a triple whammy day, really. Poor, old Damian.” 

Behind the Scenes  ︱Season 4 ︱ PETER QUINN: THE ASSASSIN
In the beginning…