I finished it last week and agree. They did do a great job recreating the ambiance of the books. Titus Welliver is a strange fucker, but he works well as H. Bosch.
Apparently his tats are real. You'd think that an actor/actress would think twice about getting a lot of extensive tattoos. That could limit some of their future roles or make a challenge for the makeup department.
When a thing is funny, search it carefully for a hidden truth. - George Bernard Shaw
I’ve listened to several interviews/podcasts with him. He’s awkward, but certainly has a passion for his character development. He puts in the time and takes it seriously, he knew going in to Bosch he couldn’t cut any corners. Apparently his little brother is a huge fan of the novels and was pissed that Titus was going to play the role out of fear that he would ruin the character for him.
Also, Bosch getting a dog was Titus’ idea and had to really push for it. The writers originally wanted to not have the dog come back at the end of season 5 and leave it unknown. Titus fought that hard as the dog represents more than just a dog to Bosch. The dog’s story line is that he’s survived so much, like Bosch, and that he would know he’s finally loved and where “home” is now.
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