A five-star drama

Eliezer 2022-12-05 11:29:00

First of all, I don't think the flashback will be very messy. I hate that the heroine played by AA is suffering from mental illness throughout the show (so AA responded that she will not play in the second season again because she feels that she is about to be depressed) There are for Missing her own sister and then knowing that it was her mother who killed her sister, the collapse and guilt in her heart, and her reaction to all the "sharp weapons" around her mixed together, this is a manifestation of her mental state of consciousness

As for the procrastination of the plot (a common problem with many American dramas now) when I watched the first three episodes, I had the urge to give up the drama because I didn’t understand the logic (if I hadn’t quietly opened the barrage and my IQ might not be until the last two episodes) I found it tricky) But in the last three episodes, the plot slowly reached a climax, and then in the last 10 seconds of the last episode, my heart was beating wildly. I suddenly felt that this kind of story was a slow pace suitable for narration. If it is straightforward, it will destroy the artistic concept ( After all, the BGM in it is very subtle)

Finally, I still want to say that AA has proved that she can be worthy of five Oscar nominations with her own strength.

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