Kevin Spacey Thinks The « House Of Cards » Election Is Less Ridiculous Than The Real One

“Sometimes I leave the set and I go to my hotel room and I wonder whether we have gone too far” he told press at a Netflix Event in Paris. “And then I turn on the television and I watch the news, and I think that we haven’t gone far enough.”

If you’ve been watching House of Cards, you’ve experienced the weirdness of watching a US election plotline at the same time as the US election in real life.

If you've been watching House of Cards, you've experienced the weirdness of watching a US election plotline at the same time as the US election in real life.

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You might be wondering, purely because of some of the candidates and news stories: « Which one is more realistic? What would Frank Underwood make of it? »

You might be wondering, purely because of some of the candidates and news stories: "Which one is more realistic? What would Frank Underwood make of it?"

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« We just need to remember that he's a a fictional character. And that some of the candidates running appear to be fictional characters.

There is a parallel election happening on the show… Sometimes I leave the set and I go to my hotel room and I wonder whether we have gone too far. Have we crossed the Rubicon? Is there something we have done that feels unreal and unbelievable and crazy? And then I turn on the television and I watch the news, and I think that we haven't gone far enough. »

« The writers room is the same writers that we had in season four. Nothing has changed in terms of the quality of work that we are going to be doing. »


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