The gallery has been updated with HQ episodic stills and one behind the scenes photo of Vera Farmiga in When They See Us, take a look and enjoy!
The gallery has been updated with screencaptures of Vera Farmiga from tv series “Touching Evil” in which she played Detective Susan Branca. Take a look and enjoy!
The gallery has been updated with over 300 HD screencaptures of Vera Farmiga in the movie The Judge, in which she played Samantha Powell. Take a look and enjoy!
Hank Palmer, a brilliant but shady attorney, returns to his Indiana hometown after learning that his mother has passed away. His arrival triggers renewed tension between himself and his father, Judge Joseph Palmer, who makes no secret of his disapproval of Hank’s morally ambiguous career. As the lawyer prepares to depart, his father is arrested for a hit-and-run death. Hank takes on his father’s defense, despite the objections of the resentful old man.
The gallery has been updated with photos of Vera Farmiga in two of her tv projects: Roar & Touching Evil. Take a look and enjoy!
The gallery has been updated with over 570 HQ screencaptures of Vera Farmiga in the 2009 movie Up in the air, take a look and enjoy!
An idea from a young, new co-worker would put an end to the constant travel of corporate downsizer Ryan Bingham, so he takes her on a tour to demonstrate the importance of face-to-face meetings with those they must fire. While mentoring his colleague, he arranges hookups with another frequent-flier, and his developing feelings for the woman prompt him to see others in a new light.
The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of Vera Farmiga’s guest star episode in Electric Dreams. Take a look!
In the near future, video advertising is everywhere. North America is a single nation with a single presidential Candidate. Philbert Noyce is less than enthusiastic about consumerism and is a low-motivation Q.A. worker on a production line. During the Candidate’s speech one night, Philbert hears her utter the words “kill all others” while those words flash on the screen. Few others have seen or heard the message but many are affected by it. Only one of Philbert’s co-workers believes what he says about the message and the political system. Eventually, Philbert is driven onto an ad where a hanging victim has been left, lambasting the government’s callousness, and declares that everyone is an “Other”.