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Death of Zen and the Liberator
Still moves me to tears every time I watch it. How can a wall of flashing lights make me so emotional?
It's all down to Peter Tuddenham and the brilliant way he portrayed the character of Zen. He sort of gave it human characteristics (particularly in this episode) whilst still being believably alien and computer like at the same time. A clever trick to pull off convincingly.
One Spare Part
You knew that almost from the start Zen was on the side of Blake & co. You could almost feel his desire to overcome the built in restraints. On the homeworld of Zen and the Liberator, the humans were being controlled by and turning into automatons. Zen I feel was making the reverse journey. His death is very upsetting for that reason. We talk about Gan representing the conscience of the crew: Zen filled a similar role. They were never the same without him and the Liberator.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
Zen Slaves deaths do still move me a lot....due to peter Tuddenhams brilliance in both cases! +incalculable...+
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