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With an election on the horizon, MPs begin historic sitting in West Block | CTV News
Attenbourough has given a lot of attention to the setting creating an atmospheric effect such as the silent gloomy lake inhabited by snapping turtles and Corky's lonely cabin. The cinematography, particularly the closeups, are very impressive. Anthony Hopkins gives a stunning performance as the complex, shy and lonely Corky who finally finds love and his manipulative dummy Fats. There are so many moments of his excellent acting. Some examples include the scene where Corky is subjected to 'stop being Fats' for 5 minutes, the boat sequence and Hopkins's scenes with Ann Margret. Though he is more recognized for his 'chilling' Hannibal Lector persona, 'Magic' definitely showcases one of his best performances.
With an election on the horizon, MPs begin historic sitting in West Block
While tough talk about the ongoing China dispute and taxes were the top topics in question period, there was a "first day of school" energy in the air. Sign up for our Capital Dispatch newsletter, for all the latest politics news Scroll down or click here to recap the first day inside West Block. As MPs filed in, many had big-eyed looks on their faces as they tried to navigate the new space. You're trying to find your way around, where's your class? He noted that West Block is a smaller space than Centre Block, which on the first day prompted some to use the word "chaos" particularly in the foyer of the new House of Commons, where reporters bumped elbows trying to get their cameras and recorders in place to capture the remarks from ministers and MPs passing by.