Kiss Me First Review

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The Virtual Reality gaming world and the small screen are set to collide on April 2nd when Channel 4 premieres the innovative thriller hybrid live-action and state of the art animation Kiss Me First. Judging from the first episode alone, Channel 4’s ability to connect with younger audiences hasn’t faltered. It stunningly delves into the minds of troubled, lonely teens just looking for a world in which they can leave their troubles behind and be someone else.

The six-part drama is adapted by Skins co-creator Bryan Elsley and is based on Lottie Moggach’s debut novel of the same name – in which she used the world of social media and chat rooms and not Vr gaming – the drama flits between the animated Virtual Reality and real worlds. The story focuses on the timid yet inquiring Leila, played by rising star Tallulah Haddon. She spends her time escaping the loneliness
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