M*A*S*H: Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead  » TV  »
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  • He became memorable when he played an important role in the miniseries, Centennial, which is one of my absolute favorite miniseries of all time

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      M*A*S*H: Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead is one of the episodes I’ve always remembered. Corporal Max Klinger (Jamie Farr) is sick and delirious. In his delirium, he sees Private Jimmy Weston, only Weston has just died. Still, Klinger is able to talk with him.

      Weston is played by


      Kario Salem, a very talented actor. He became memorable when he played an important role in the miniseries, Centennial, which is one of my absolute favorite miniseries of all time. Salem has a lot of depth to his portrayals, and Weston is no exception. We watch the just-dead soldier fight to ...

      • live and then struggle to deal with accepting his death.

        My only problem with M*A*S*H: Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead occurs at the very end when Klinger is no longer delirious, but still remembers Weston. He asks the others about Weston, but they don’t answer his question. It’s the

        way this is done that is unreal and unbelievable. I don’t understand why they put it in because what happens is uncharacteristic of everyone.

        Otherwise, Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead is a very good one and is worth watching. It’s a different kind of drama, and it’s very well done.




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