Discussion in 'Music, TV, Movies & other Media' started by waltky, Oct 24, 2015.
A shame most of her films were destroyed:
The Seventh Seal/The Exorcist/Pelle the Conqueror:
He auditioned for 'Batman':
Cimmaron Strip/The Longest Day/The Mark:
The first entertainment victim of coronavirus:
Here's an irony "His work centered on the difficulties of and urgent need for human connection. For McNally, the most important function of theatre was to create community and bridge rifts opened between people by differences in religion, race, gender, and particularly sexual orientation."
And he dies from a virus we are fighting by isolating people, separating them from the community and social distancing. You have to ask if his loved ones were in his room, and if they held his hand, kissed his forehead or touched him, or each other at all.
I know McNally's husband, Tom Kirdahy. We went to high school together.
Tom was there, and I have no doubt he was more concerned with the last remaining moments of human connection he would get to have with Terrance than he was with Covid-19...
I should have put it differently. Was he ALLOWED in the room because that is a break in quarantine protocal, by any definition, and in other venues family members have been refused access to the dying and the dead. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/coronavirus-doctor-describes-dying-patients-21725276
As far as I know he was allowed in the room because he was immediate family...
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