So, Dark is a well written Sci Fi phenomenon. Even in German the complexities and time travel concepts are top notch. We pick up after the Apocalypse occurs in their small town in Germany. And a whole new sequence of events start out to uncover the true meaning behind the multidimensional love story between the two characters.

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July 16, 2020

Killing Eve - Season 3

This time Alicia and I amp dead into season 3, yes we saw season 2. We enjoyed it to the extent that we had to wait until the whole 8 episode was over so we could binge watch the whole thing. This was a different presentation than the other two but worth watching as a fan

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This crime drama follows members of a police department as they try to uncover a mystery against the elements. In a fjord near a small Icelandic town, a ferry arrives from Denmark with 300 passengers -- but only their journey stops here. A storm overhead and a treacherous blizzard prevent the ferry and the townspeople from leaving the remote area. When a dismembered, mutilated body washes up onshore, the local police realize a murder has taken place just hours earlier. Everybody trapped in the vicinity immediately becomes potential suspects and chaos descends as they try to find the killer

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We finally get around to tasting the blue wine from Spain.  Since this is a sunny spring afternoon, it was a good time to pop it open and have a clear palate to see what I can compare it to.  Word on the street is it is too sweet and not a good regular drinking wine.  Well, I'll be the judge of that Mister.

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Another Netflix foreign film, and this one is from Poland.  Not many movies or shows I've seen come out of Poland but this one seemed like something worth while seeing.  This is the summary.  After a body is found sewn inside of a cow hide.  A local detective discovers a killer is recreating an 18th century "plague" of criminal punishments on a bunch of bad people.  Now, does this sound like something we have seen before?

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May 7, 2020

The Mire (Netflix)

An 80's Polish investigative Netflix series gets you deeper and deeper into a murder mystery that a small town tries to keep their secrets, secrets, while two contrasting reporters battle to find out what really happened while the other wants to clear his plate and escape this small town.

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The team returns with some perspective about the current conditions and how this pandemic will change the way we travel, the health care system, social gatherings, and the unintentional effect of cleaner air since there isn’t a lot of air traffic and road traffic of gas powered vehicles.

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 Today I sit down and watch the second season of Netflix original series Kingdom. I couldn't wait to see the second season for this and it was another 6 part series. Once again a great fantasy period piece. Also did I say their were running zombies in here?

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November 28, 2019

Parasite (Korean)

This Korean drama was awarded and praised at the Cannes film festival by the great Korean director Bong Joon Ho.  This was something I knew I wanted to see but wasn't sure if Alicia would be able to keep up with subtitles.  This film turned out to be an amazing lesson in the differences of class, privilege and suspense.  This movie was laid out so well that you never knew would would be next.  An extraordinary piece of art.

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