Gallery Update: Rupert’s screencaps from Homeland season 5

Painful. That’s the only word I can think to describe this season. There is no doubt that Rupert’s work this season was hard, dark, difficult, and sublime. His character began the season leaving us speechless with his first appareance and ended up breaking our hearts in the hardest way. I just need to know if all the suffering was worth it, but I guess I still have to wait a few months to discover that. Meanwhile, and only if you feel able to do it (I understand if you are not, it was very hard for me to work in these screencaps and I can hardly look at many of them, and many others just weren’t published), click on the pic below to access at the gallery of screencaps from Homeland season 5.

Click to access at the screencaps from the season 5 of Homeland

Click to access at the screencaps from the season 5 of Homeland

Now that Homeland’s screencaps are finished (forever, for now… who knows!!!),  it’s time to continue screencaping Rupert’s films. Coming soon… Hitman, Agent 47. Stay tuned!

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2 thoughts on “Gallery Update: Rupert’s screencaps from Homeland season 5

  1. I watched ep. 1 and 2………ohhh my God!….. I didn’ t expect anything of this. The thing is not that they “jumped” at least 2 years and an ocean. I understand they can’t show what happens minute by minute but what the hell happened between Carrie and Quinn after he returned from the last mission? …and why didn’t she get out of the CIA WITH Quinn as he asked her? …well, I also understand the serie would have happily ended but it was a little shocking and so sad to see Quinn miserably trapped as the thug of the agency as he was at the beginning, Rupert shows with his eyes and the tone of his voice the unhappiness, the monotonous apathy of living…..now I understand why it was hard for you do the screencaps Silvia…

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    • Well, if you think thinks went a bit weird in the two first epis… let me know when you have watched the first 6 episodes… I’m sure everything will be even harder then … sadly…

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