“Sully” series is bound to impress the audience because it is about a common man. The problems are the everyday problem we hear about but they are gigantic for the people who face them the issue that might be a matter of life and death for one might be of no importance for the other.
News like divorces and cardiac arrests are the routine news that doesn’t bring havoc in the world. Thus Richard Russo shows the dark side of life in a funny way, the writer does not want to terrorize the audience we feel this humorous tone and remarks in Everybody’s Fool as well.
Sully represents all of us moving in the society. The city is New York that the writer talks about which is one of the busiest cities in the world, there is great hustle and bustle and still it is filled with some of the world’s unluckiest people. Sully’s wife as divorced him long ago and he is having an affair with a married woman in order to keep his life going the sixty years old has only one problem i.e his son is doing the same.
The son is following his father’s footsteps and this is what terrorizes Sully because his son would end up with the same fate in his old age. Son is dear to him because he has close friend and this relation is the only thing he is left with. The writer very cleverly throws light on human follies and the evils that are present around us. Ron McLarty helps things a lot with his voice that gives a superb touch to the progress of the story.
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