Jamie Dornan Starts Emmy Campaign Trail for 'The Fall'!

Jamie Dornan Starts Emmy Campaign Trail for 'The Fall'!

Jamie Dornan looks super handsome while posing for photos at the Variety Studio Actors on Actors held on Sunday (March 29) at the Autograph Collection Hotels in Los Angeles.

The 32-year-old actor was joined for a discussion by House of Cards actor Michael Kelly.

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Jamie is currently on the Emmy Awards campaign trail to promote his work in the British television series The Fall, which you can currently watch on Netflix.

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  • http://rememberingthedesireisprivate.blogspot.com/ GFW

    He should be proud of The Fall. It is one of the fairest most accurately depicted views of what severe traumatic experiences do to humans once older and capable of paying back.

    At the same time it shows how two similar personalities deal with similar backgrounds where one does not act out in the same way, but still they act out because emotions will find their to the surface.

  • Ima McFibben

    The Fall is about a serial killer (Janie Dornan) and his capture.. what in the heck are you talking about?

  • Forth Fabk

    I’m confused. He is nominated for an American Emmy for his work in The Fall? I thought the Emmys were for shows in the US. Of course, I totally love him in The Fall. Such a good actor. I hope he wins.

  • http://rememberingthedesireisprivate.blogspot.com/ GFW

    That. That’s what I’m talking about. Only it isn’t done following any Hollywood formula.

    His one-on-one scene with Stella (Gillian) after caught when he explains his self-knowledge about how he hates himself, the world he lives in, and just exists and never feels alive when he’s attempting to take another person’s life or in control of them, because he felt helpless as a child in the care of someone, a caregiver, who was in charge of his well-being, is chilling and accurate for him. Not all child abuse victims turn into serial killers. But many do act out and are in payback mode once grown into adults.

    I liked the ‘doubling’ aspect shown in the series early on with someone working on the case yet living a ‘normal’ life as mother.

    Hopefully in the new season we get to ‘know’ Stella better than what we learn about her diary entries, which I copied down to use a side project, because she too has profound intimacy issues, among others.

    Paul, believe it or not, now knows a lot about her, as do we, and she ‘ain’t right’ in the head either but in more control over her anger(s) using her talent(s) and skill(s) to take people like Paul (Jamie) into custody and work either on rehabilitation, it is possible (but not the way it is approached in Fifty Shades, or prevention perhaps?

    Child abuse is a silent epidemic much like other addictions because of the stigmas attached to them that need to be set aside like we did for AIDS and alcoholism… now.

  • Ima McFibben

    I can agree with you.. I will say in the beginning I did not like Jamie Dornan in this role.. I had never seen him in anything before but by the end of season 2 he had completely won me over.. Then I heard about 50 shades of gray :(

  • Ima McFibben

    I can agree with you.. I will say in the beginning I did not like Jamie Dornan in this role.. I had never seen him in anything before but by the end of season 2 he had completely won me over.. Then I heard about 50 shades of gray :(

  • Butters

    I love every word you wrote here. The subject has always been something I’m interested in and what I am going to school for. I think that is why I love this show so much and I love Jamie for doing such a great job In it.

  • http://rememberingthedesireisprivate.blogspot.com/ GFW

    In a lot of ways Paul is capable of such cruelty to (women) because he hates his mother who abandoned him. Christian Grey didn’t even have a mother, but a whore who gave birth and soon forgot him to be raised by whomever, similarly to Don Draper from Mad Men, to even Empire where child abuse is witnessed because the man’s child shows signs of being Gay.

    So the the woman at the end says he’s capable of such cruelty whilst he’s filming her helpless with impending death around the corner with him in control loving every minute of it. He repeats the segment where she says he must have been treated really badly in his childhood to be capable of what he was doing as if he needs to hear it? Not sure.

    Not every human exposed to child abuse grows up to be a serial killer. Most, however, do numb their pains through some sort of addiction though which can run the continuum from one extreme to the other which is acting in, which means complete isolation from physical, emotional, contact.

    Some find a religious fever and use that as a crutch or coping mechanism. Some alcohol, gambling, on-line dating, pornographic experiences, voyeurism, food, drugs, BDSM (all about control), and so forth. Only we must remember not every person of child abuse turns into a serial killer! Many live well and manage their triggers, responses, and devote their lives to saving others and so forth.

    Good for you! And thank you, by the way.

  • jana

    wish we could have heard Michail and Jamie’s discussion