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Laterthe play has an extra scene After Macbeth is slain by Macduffthe darkness lifts from the face of Scotlandfreedom and hope live again and the murdered kings son Malcolm returns popular legitimacy to the throne After the first performanceBanerjees quote was withdrawn by the theatre group apparently a case of self-censorship but reinstated later by popular demand A palpable hitthe quote never fails to elicit thunderous applause but after his coronationMalcolm is a changed man He dismisses the amazed Macduffwho had been looking forward to participating in some energetic poriborton But his brother Donalbain detains Macduff to sketch his portrait The extra scene recalls portraits of Macduffs family shown earlier in the playwhich were used by Macbeths murderers to identify and kill them And incidentallyMamata Banerjee is a painter Biswass autobiography is not a literary stoning of the communist devilbut Basus dramatic version is a shrillunrelenting diatribe against the Left Sens Macbeth is easier on the nervesending as it does with improvised black comedy And it features the most amazing trio of witches to ever tread the boards Like before and after snapshotsthese plays mirror popular feeling in West Bengal before the fall of the Left and after Banerjees honeymoon period endedleaving the viewer with the impression that nothing has changed Banerjee is intolerant of dissent and uncaring of the flak she draws for misusing the state machinery and the law to stifle criticism But the national uproar over her excesses is helping everyone to forget that the communists she replaced were not significantly more civilised They were only more sophisticatedwhich isnt quite the same thing [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ram Sarangan | New Delhi | Published: January 10 2017 12:49 pm As the series progresses Sherlock exhibits the worst signs of his continued addiction and his deductions are coming slower Top News In season 4’s The Lying Detective we see what is in many ways a spectacular return to form for the show – a dizzyingly wild and energetic chase after one of the show’s most horrifying villains (played impeccably by Toby Jones) without letting go of its new and emotional elements Following the tragic events of episode 1 which ended with Mary assigning Sherlock his biggest case from the grave (in a manner of speaking) not much has changed John wrestling with sadness anger at Sherlock and guilt at his own “text-cheating” while Mary was still alive has begun hallucinating Even as he moves through the mechanics of life and even consults with a psychiatrist Mary is with him every step of the way offering insights snarky comments and occasionally exhorting him to move on But he ignores his own mental construct which is never a good sign really Sherlock on the other hand seemingly continues to descend deeper and deeper into a spiral and exhibits perhaps the worst signs of his continued addiction Deductions come slower for as he says at the start his mind “needs to catch up” with his brain He receives a case that sets him on the scent of Culverton Smith an extremely wealthy entrepreneur and “philanthropist” who is the very embodiment of “might makes right” Using his considerable wealth to have things his way — even going to the extent of using a drug that tampers with memory on his closest friends and family so he could confess his serial-killing habits — he is exactly the villain Sherlock needed No shades of grey and no conundrums simply a dragon for him to slay Or is he Dr Watson struggles with his own grief and guilt Though we see Sherlock receiving the case from Smith’s own daughter who seemingly remembers fragments of her father’s confession despite being administered the drugs she later vanishes into thin air This is one among many twists that the show got right going so far as to pull two or three twists around the same element to keep viewers on their feet In this sense it was a joyous return to form for the show – turning seemingly innocent on-screen elements into avalanches later on just as it did with the Moriarty reveal in season 1 Another strong aspect of the episode was the way it mixed humour into the proceedings thanks to Una Stubbs as Mrs Hudson and Mark Gatiss’ Mycroft who ventured into the unfamiliar world of socialising and romance (if one can call it that) in a hilarious manner Culverton Smith’s bad guy is among the best villains we have seen on Sherlock probably as good as Moriarty Perhaps one of the show’s chronic weak elements is the way it handles addiction Where a show such as Elementary excelled in conducting an in-depth and insightful study of addiction and its consequences through Holmes Sherlock seems content to treat it as a flashy superficial plot tool Snappy editing and camera work – some of it positively psychedelic – is angled towards adrenaline and a fast-moving plot and little more The detective never truly faces the consequences of his addiction Also read |Sherlock Season 4 Episode 1 Review: Benedict Cumberbatch explores new depths loses deduction in theprocess When he looks haggard and weary there is a faint hope that the show will stop coddling the spoiled character and allow him to face some real consequences But no the damage is always part of a clever plan to lure in a villain and ultimately triumph as seen when he faces Magnussen or Smith or even Moriarty By doing this the show not only trivialises addiction as an issue but holds its own character back despite the sudden spurts of humanity we see in him this season Another sore point was that Mary’s continued presence was nothing more than a device to further John and Sherlock as characters A particularly cringeworthy moment was when John confesses his text-cheating and “wanting more” to his own hallucination who simply smiles and nods understandingly just so he can move on with his life Not to mention the seemingly bizarre concept of being forgiven by a construct that emerged from your own mind More from the world of Entertainment: Despite these jarring elements the show capped off on a high note – making one of its most chilling and creative reveals yet thanks to an extraordinary performance by Sian Brooke The final sequence is a nail-biter and leaves one anxiously waiting for the next and final instalment of this season For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 6 2017 8:44 am Diljit Dosanjh feels IIFA 2017 will definitely be a magical experience for him ? Banerjee retaliated on the eve of Independence Day. former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi, PTI Written by Yubaraj Ghimire | Updated: March 19, Putul Nacher Ashor.

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