We discuss Tom Hardy’s television passion project and how he produced it with his father and a string of well-known storytellers. We also examine the show’s symbolic demonization of corporations and what that says about historical accuracy and our present understanding of modern economics.
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- Taboo writer Steven Knight plans at least two more series of the BBC1 drama
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- Naysayers be damned! Tom Hardy’s Taboo is a work of Wicker Man genius
- A Chat With Tom Hardy: Is His ‘Taboo’ Killer a True Shaman or ‘Just F***ing Mad’?
- Everything you need to know about Taboo, the new BBC Tom Hardy drama
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