This series covers the realistic challenges of the teenager in this day and society. It is insightful & inspiring.
It goes against a lot of religious practices but they address the challenges for teenagers which they have to face. However, the show is amazing how they tackle the perspective of the community, kids with weird parents.
Moreover, they are showing the life of children that grew up in toxic & abusive environments. It will appreciate that the director/producer went the route of highlighting loads of sex and sexual orientation because these are challenges our youth and young adults face today.
The filming is great and it is impressed with how the intros set the tone for the storyline in each episode, sort of like how “dear white people” are. The character development is also great, it is hoped that they are doing another season.
Everything about this series is good. It has some thematic story and the screenplay is really virtuous. The character development here is excellent. You can see them evolve throughout the series, you will feel connected to these characters throughout the series and you will start caring about them.
The design team uses intriguing elements from many different times and cultures to create a scene that has been called confusing. However, you will see the full season at the start of next year. And you will see the following cast members performing their assigned roles as
- Gillian Anderson
- Asa Butterfield
- Emma Mackey
- Ncuti Gatwa as Eric
- Aimee-Lou Wood as Aimee
- Connor Swindells as Adam
- Kedar Williams-Stirling as Jackson
- Tanya Reynolds as Tanya
- Patricia Allison as Ola
- Alistair Petrie as Mr. Groff