Alex O’Loughlin’s Guide to Moonlight – Episode 10

Moonlight Episode 10

– Sleeping Beauty –

Written by: Ron Koslow & Trevor Munson

Directed by: John Kretchmer

(14 Dec 2007)

Josef is nearly the victim of an assassination attempt, which is tied to a human woman in a coma, the love of Josef’s life who went into that state when he tried to turn her into a vampire.

Alex:

“An important episode for Mick,” observes O’Loughlin. “There’s the shot when Beth is in the cab and he just walks away, which pulls back to a wide shot. That isolation, in a sense, is the way he feels through a lot of this episode. Also, Josef has kept all of this from him. He’s supposed to be his best friend and his only real ally in life, and he’s been keeping this huge secret. Beth has gone back to Josh, because she’s gotten a sense of what her future could hold, and I think Mick is feeling more isolated than ever. Very strong episode.”

The Faces of Mick:

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Filed under articles, Mick wants to kiss you gently with his fangs., Moonlight

3 responses to “Alex O’Loughlin’s Guide to Moonlight – Episode 10

  1. I liked this episode, I was nice to get a back story on Josef, as he was such a big part of Mick and his character development.

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  2. As many times as I have seen this, I never thought too much about how Josef’s secret made Mick feel as isolated as Beth jilting him in the cab. I am loving Alex’s comments. ❤ He put his heart and soul into Mick. *sigh* I know that is why I love Mick soooo much.

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  3. Alex describes and sums up this episode perfectly. I’m loving it review the ML through his comments. TY

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