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Alias Grace Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Part 2

The second part of Alias Grace is even darker and more ominous the first as we see the fate of Grace's best friend, Mary Whitney. Mary's tragic death is the backbone of Alias Grace Season 1 Episode 2 , but it also raises some questions about Dr. Jordan's history and his feelings for Grace.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/11/alias-grace-season-1-episode-2-review-part-2/

Alias Grace Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Part 1

Although the first part of Alias Grace is mainly expository, Grace Marks is an instantly intriguing character. Alias Grace Season 1 Episode 1 establishes the potential for a striking commentary on feminism, patriarchal society, and truth. From Grace's early interactions with Dr. Jordan, it's clear she's learned to be meticulous with her words. When he asks her what an apple reminds her of, though her mind goes to a game with an apple peel, she replies, "Apple pie."   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/11/alias-grace-season-1-episode-1-review-part-1/

Alias Grace Review: Netflixs Margaret Atwood Adaptation Rivals The Handmaids Tale

Hulus The Handmaids Tale basically screamed in giant red letters, THIS IS ABOUT TODAY! THIS IS HAPPENING NOW! So its no wonder Margaret Atwoods vision of dystopia resonated so strongly. Alias Grace, Netflixs new miniseries based on an Atwood novel, is more subtle than its Hulu counterpart, but still deserves your close attention. How can I be all these different things at once, Grace asks in the shows opening monologue, and Alias Grace can be as light-hearted and pleasant a story as it is a probing, surreal and melodramatic character study.   ...Read More... https://www.thewrap.com/alias-grace-review/

Alias Grace Review: Netflix's Elegant Murder Tale Builds to a Killer Finish

Patience is a virtue especially when judging a TV series. My feelings about Netflixs 19th-century crime drama Alias Grace, which debuts today, see-sawed back and forth as I made my way through all six episodes. Theres a lot to like about it its gorgeously shot and quietly compelling, with a potent lead performance from Sarah [] http://tvline.com/2017/11/03/alias-grace-review-netflix-murder-crime-drama-margaret-atwood/