Servizi a 360°
Il personale dello Studio sarà a vostra disposizione a 360° sui seguenti servizi:
Servizi & Consulenze
A.P.D. Fonte Roma EUR
Nasce a Roma nel 2000 in Piazza dei Navigatori, 22; si trasferisce nel 2011 a Filippo Carcano, 13 00147 Roma.
Nel 2020 si sposta a Via Cornelio Magni, 67 00147 Roma.
La nuova sede offre al personale e ai clienti maggiore spazio e confort; è presente anche una sala riunioni ed uno spazio esterno.
I Condomini gestiti dallo Studio, che hanno deliberato l'utilizzo dell'accesso on-line, riceveranno una username e password e potranno comodamente consultare i documenti condominiali generali e/o personali attraverso l'accesso a questo servizio per il tramite dei programmi gestionali utilizzati dallo Studio.</p> <p>Questo strumento moderno, a secondo di quanto deliberato dall'Assemblea dai condomini, permette la visualizzazione di tutti i documenti amministrativi oltre alla possibilità di consultazione della contabilità condominiale e personale.
Better Call Saul (2015–2022)
Breaking Bad was undeniably one of the greatest shows of the 21st century. If you then hear that one of the characters got a spinoff show, you could be forgiven for doubting the quality. Well, doubt no more. “Better Call Saul” is an equally fine piece of work.
The protagonist is lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), who it turns out is actually named Jimmy McGill. He engages in all manner of shady activity, while other characters from the previous show have their own things to deal with. As with the previous show, it’s a serial, with episodes ending in cliffhangers. And make no mistake, you’ll want to keep watching.
Basically, it’s the type of series that you have to see to believe. There have been lawyer shows and crime dramas, but never have they gotten combined so splendidly. It’s the perfect mix of comedy, tragedy and thriller. Definitely see it.
So here it is at last: one of the most highly anticipated new TV-shows of the year, the spin-off from probably THE most highly praised TV-show in the history of Television. Naturally, expectations were over the roof – and it was a forgone conclusion that meeting those expectations would be next to impossible. Well, here’s the good news. Judging from the first couple of episodes, better call saul season 6 will be good. Just how good remains to be seen, but as far as promises go, those first episodes made a big one.
For those who haven’t seen it yet: relax – I won’t spoil a thing about the storyline. Instead, I’ll concentrate on all other aspects of the show. The first thing you notice (as was the case with Breaking Bad) is the camera. The photography is simply gorgeous. All the visual trademarks I’ve grown to love so much in BB are there: the playful camera angles; the creative ways to establish even a simple scene with unusual, interesting shots (yet without ever distracting from the storytelling) – it’s just beautiful to look at.
Then there’s the music. From the wonderful introductions (before the opening credits) to the last scene of an episode, music is not just used as background “noise”: carefully picked songs are there to give clues and are as much an integral part of the story as they help establish the tone of certain scenes. And the original music by Dave Porter feels as organic to ‘Better Call Saul’ as it did in ‘Breaking Bad’.
The writing, directing and acting (so far) are on par with BB; anyone afraid this would be a rushed production trying to surf on BB’s success can relax; not for a second did I get the feeling this was somehow not well thought through or cheaply constructed by a committee of writers – and although we do of course get some of our favorite characters back, new ones are introduced that promise to be just as original and interesting as the ones that helped turn BB into a cultural phenomenon. And adding high calibre actors such as Michael McKean (‘This Is Spinal Tap’) to the cast is probably an indication that Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould will not content themselves – or us – by mainly exploring the characters we already know watchseries site.
And then, finally, there’s the magnificent Bob Odenkirk. Starting off as a slightly one-dimensional character and comic relief in BB, the character we’ve come to love as the sleazy, slick Saul Goodman has already shown more layers in the first half of the first season of ‘Better Call Saul’ than over his entire run on BB. And that’s as much thanks to Odenkirk as the fantastic writing: the actor obviously relished the opportunity to show what he’s capable of as his character charms, squirms and threatens his way through his scenes, but – somewhat unexpectedly – he also manages to move you during the more quiet moments.