Review of the show: It's a challenging viewing experience at first, but following these characters unfold in a world they thought they understood is a rewarding treat. It all perfectly culuminates in a carthatic tale about loss, grief, love and finding comfort in eachother. Yes, I cried like a baby several times. It also has one of the greatest soundtracks ever.
"It's not over yet"
And with that quote Cassi Thomson concludes her tour-de-force performance in this Hitchcock-inspired masterpiece with the promise of a sequel that's even more anticipated than the future installments in the Star Wars-franchise. There's an undeniable haunting and mysterious atmosphere that coats this underappericiated gem of cinema that few people seemed to get. There's one scene in particular where a muslim man holds a dwarf (excuse my prophanity, I'm bilingual) on gunpoint with an electric toothbrush. The…