Claire Danes’s Famously Expressive Face Returns to Homeland

17/gen/2017 06:54:29 anna Contatta l'autore

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When Claire Danes returns to the screen this Sunday for Homeland’s sixth season, we find her character refreshingly at ease. She has traded the pressure cooker of the CIA for a legal-aid practice, with light-flooded offices seemingly tailor-made for well-being. She and her young ginger-haired daughter, Franny, have taken up roost in a quiet Brooklyn brownstone. And when an old friend and a new president each struggle to find their footing, it’s the once-volatile Carrie Mathison who provides a steadying force.

If the actress’s hypermobile expressions have captivated audiences over the roller coaster of the show, here you get the sense that they’re just gearing up for the ride to come: a gently furrowed brow kicked up a notch in an argument, or a forehead set into motion in a dim interrogation room. As the plot twists, so will her gymnastic countenance.


The world of pop culture is gleefully banking on it. In recent years, Claire Danes’s “cry face” has served as a rallying point for the My So-Called Life generation and a chin-quivering meme; her “tour de face” even got special mention on Saturday cheap thebalm, with the incredulously delivered line: “It’s like her whole face is chewing gum!” Danes herself asserted as much in an interview, acknowledging her “rubbery features.”Just try the balm makeup for your beauty plan. The level of emotional transparency she brings to the table is a fine tool for artistry, if not for deception. “I would be a terrible CIA officer in real life,” she explained.

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