TV Series | TV-MA | | Crime, Drama
New Jersey mob boss Tony Soprano deals with personal and professional issues in his home and business life that affect his mental state, leading him to seek professional psychiatric counseling.
At least three prominent American movie directors played characters in the series: Peter Bogdanovich as psychologist Dr. Elliot Kupferberg in the only major recurring role, but Paul Mazursky and Sydney Pollack also appeared in a total of three episodes. Amongst actors/directors, Steve Buscemi was not only a prominent cast member, featured in thirteen episodes, but he also directed four other shows. Jon Favreau appeared playing himself in season two, episode seven, "D-Girl". However, Martin Scorsese, referred to in some episodes by Sopranos characters familiar with his work simply as "Marty", was played by a look-a-like in season one, episode two, "46 Long", when Scorsese is supposed to have been spotted entering a club.
Adriana La Cerva:
They broke my fuckin' chair.
In many instances, characters are seen firing semi-automatic pistols (most commonly Beretta 92s). These weapons are clearly stage guns, as the pistols are seen firing multiple rounds with no movement of the weapons' slides.
In Canada, the CTV network shown the first season uncut during Fall 2000. But because the producers of The Sopranos did not secure international rights to some music played in the background, other music was used instead.
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