Prairie is recognized by her Aunt in a video jumping from a bridge seemingly in a suicide attempt. Her parents come to the hospital and claim her. She had disappeared seven years before. When she disappeared, she was blind and now can see. She cannot explain her absence but to says she was held captive with five others and that they died many times. She is driven to an abandoned house after her mother refuses to give her the WiFi password. There she meets four of the five new people she needs.Written by
The first appearance of Jason Isaacs even though he is credited in the previous episode. See more »
When the group meets Prairie again in the abandoned house, we see Betty turn on a space heater. However, in the first episode, French tells Prairie that there is no electricity in the house, so the use of a space heater would not be possible. See more »
Hey my little herpetologists. Warn or cold-blooded?
Found on every continent, except?
You are brilliant. And your snakes are tired, so please return them to their homes, and we'll return to our textbooks.
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This is like an Art House film stretched into a tv series, it's full of wonder and peculiarity, I really love its blurry storytelling, the way they uses the flashbacks narrative and the poetic narration, leading us viewers dive deep into this world, with some exotic environments and those amazing soundtracks, this makes us feel like the narrator's carrying us through time and space, and it's magnificent.
Though we still don't really understand the motivations of some characters, and I still can't see what the story's trying to say or what kind of idea it's trying to imply, but it's really a unique show, the visuals and styles kind of reminds me of some Krzysztof Kieslowski's movies, and I love it.
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