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star Anna Paquin never had a nuts and bolts career plan, yet this has served the Oscar-winning actress extremely well.“I’m attracted to good writing and a lot of creative, talented people, and that is really the only common thread linking all of my work,” the 36-year-old Paquin exclusively told
“I don’t have an overall plan, per se, for what I want to do at various stages in my life, it’s just a little more freeform than that.”Her stellar acting adventure began when she was chosen from 5,000 candidates to play Holly Hunter’s daughter in a six-episode original limited series, delves into the fast-paced and cut-throat world of celebrity public relations and reflects the brutal reality of modern life where problems can go viral in an instant.
“It’s very cunning, surprising, quite shocking and hilariously funny,” she explains.
“I was gasping when I turned the pages.”Wilson calls Paquin a brilliant actress and TV executive.
But “Flack” concentrates most on Robyn’s aptitude for crisis management.
Accoutered with two phones, one unpaid intern, and no scruples, Robyn plies her trade with lies, planted stories, blackmail threats, and a kennel’s worth of dog-wagging.
Though it’s unlikely Robyn could or would engineer a reputation-saving Hail Mary pass from thirty-seven thousand feet, the episode represents a memorably stylish exercise in sneering at evil and examining its enablers.
When the plane encountered turbulence, I rooted for the air pocket.
(“You’re complicated,” a sex-addicted celebrity chef tells her.) Robyn begins the series in a client’s littered hotel suite, where she compresses the smooth chest of an unconscious lad who’s been partying with a closeted Chelsea F. Among the many clichés “Flack” indulges is its focus on Robyn’s shoes—as she swans away from tabloid gaggles, as she strides urgently toward appointments. Perhaps the costume department blew its budget on the menacingly chic ensembles encasing Robyn’s boss, played by Sophie Okonedo, who maintains her dignity in a chintzy girl-boss role by making like Joan Crawford cast as Olivia Pope.(Pop) stars Anna Paquin as the most valuable employee of the world’s most dastardly P. The company attends to all the standard work of supervising celebrities’ brand images; in a fine throwaway, Paquin’s character, named Robyn, coaches expressions of feelings other than envy and contempt onto the face of a losing nominee at an awards dinner.