The Sopranos S1E1: “The Sopranos”

Colin's Review

“The Sopranos”

Directed by David Chase     |     Written by David Chase     |     60 min

“For as long as I could remember, I always wanted to be a gangster…”  

By Colin Hart                        

pilot-opening-shot Tony Soprano is certain that he is uncertain, similar to the way he looks toward the camera as he gets out of his car in the opening credits.

9.5 / 10

Above is the famous opening shot of The Sopranos, the first scene of what may be the greatest show in television history. Tony Soprano is framed between the legs of a female statue in Dr. Melfi’s waiting room. In season five, she will mention that therapy is like giving birth. “No,” Tony will reply, “it’s like taking a shit.” He’s hesitant…

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