The Undoing, the video interview with Hugh Grant: “I don’t have Instagram, it scares me”

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Comes on January 8, with all six episodes available for binge watching, on Sky Atlantic The Undoing – The Untold Truths, the six-episode series in which, alongside Nicole Kidman e Matilda De Angelis, he is there too, Hugh Grant, who considers the show a film: “For me this series is more a six-hour film than a classic TV series”, as he told us during the video interviews linked to Zoom.

Available, but like everyone forced to relate to a computer screen in order to do his job, he told us what really horrifies him in these modern times. In The Undoing all the characters initially show their version of themselves, which changes over the course of the episodes, because everyone, even those not guilty of murder at the center of the story, always has something to hide.

The trait that everyone has in common, no matter the social background, is to calibrate their actions based on what people can think of them, and it is interesting to take this aspect and transport our daily life to our reality. So do we live in a society in which we give too much importance to the judgment that others have of us? For Hugh Grant yes:

“Absolutely yes, pwe have probably always given too much importance to the judgment of others. One of the things that scares me the most right now is, Instagram. I don’t have a personal account but my wife shows me hers every so often, and what horrifies me is how completely humorless, because people talk about their life without ever saying “my life sucks” or things like “don’t it’s going so well ”or“ my children are impossible to manage ”. It’s all very false, “It’s all great we’re lucky.” I find it absolutely disturbing and strange ».

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