Now that I enjoyed watching Bosch season 2. I think I should start reading Michael Connelly Bosch series.
First, the TV series. It was so good. The TV series make you feel like you are reading a novel. Seriously. It was like that. The series of course is based on the book series, but as the writer Michael Connelly as executive producer, it kind of help to move the plot along.
The dialogue is good, and the lead is surprising good. Titus Welliver is a very familiar face but I have not seen him in a leading role. He is actually a very convincing as a tough no nonsense cop.
Anyone read the book series that could match back to the TV series?
Just watched this play in theater. A recording of the play. Very clever. Great acting. Humor and sincere to tell a story from the point of view of an autistic boy.
The story, as told from the boy point is view, is really difficult to pull off. So I'm amazed that they did such a great job.
Exceptionally clever use of lighting.
The actor is fantastic.