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    Madson Melo
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    I think it’s a miniseries.

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    Tyler
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    Damn, I hope the HFPA watched this and gives it a boost. Episode 7 was spectacular. Chloe Sevingy and Jordan Kristine Seamon are win-worthy.

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    I’m kind of fascinated by the dark turn the show took in Episode 7 and how that was not so coincidentally timed with happening on the night of the 2016 presidential election. The show has always favored atmosphere and tone over plot, and there is a lot going on but I’m emotionally connected across the board so I think that is a success. This episode actually drew some visceral reactions from me, particularly Richard’s drunken actions at the memorial and Fraser’s encounter with Jonathan and his girlfriend (?), and I think most obviously the reconvened party mirroring Episode 4 drove home how the innocent sheen, if it was really even there to begin with, has been ripped off now. There is healing to be done, or at least an escape needed, and the preview for next week’s finale seems to indicate that will happen, although it certainly doesn’t appear to be putting a bow on every storyline. I’m not sure it could, but I also think the show isn’t intending to do that. The preview said “season finale,” so maybe this does come back for a second season although I don’t know if that’s the plan or if the viewership/buzz is there. I certainly think there is more here to explore. But yeah, this was kind of a devastating hour of television and sort of put the whole purpose of the show into focus.

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    This is literally a masterpiece, too bad people are not watching

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    Overall thoughts about it? I loved the first episodes, and then got less and less passionate – I felt it as progressively getting less authentic, with a not always needed ostentation of some sort of “technical artistry” – some shots there and there were really too much.
    I loved the finale though, which hasn’t received critical acclaim from what I’ve seen – I saw it as a return to form. Also, Bologna looked spectacular and it reminded me of some nice memories. If you ever get there, pass the 666 arches and get to mentioned sanctuary, it’s as special as they say! Although I don’t believe that the town is ever that desert, lol.

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