Orphan Black: Season 2
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Sarah (Tatiana Maslany, The Vow) is an outsider, orphan and streetwise chameleon with a murky past and a tenuous future. When she witnesses the suicide of a stranger who looks just like her, Sarah assumes â€œBeth'sâ€ identity, planning to solve all her own problems with a quick score. Instead, Sarah stumbles into a kaleidoscopic mystery. The truth is they are clones, and there are more out there, genetic identicals, planted in unsuspecting birth parents and nurtured in wildly different circumstances. They have no idea who created them, or why, but they need to find out in a hurry â€“ because an assassin is killing them, one by one. / Lorsqu'une femme lui ressemblant étrangement se suicide devant elle, Sarah, escroc à la dérive, voit une opportunité de repartir à zéro et décide de voler son identité. Mais Sarah découvre vite la terrifi ante vérité derrière cette ressemblance : elle est un clone parmi une multitude de clones, et quelqu'un est déterminé à les éliminer. Sa lutte pour survivre commence...
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The continuing saga of the Clone Club (all played by Tatiana Maslany - a master class in playing radically different characters who happen to be clones) is filled with incredibly well conceived twists and turns. There's even a scene when pure joy momentarily transcends the danger and drama of the lives of the main characters and they just dance (this is the scene that should have been explored in depth - it's far more demanding, both from an acting perspective and a technical on).
The final twists suggest that someone else will soon have to face the acting challenge that Maslany has mastered. I can't wait for season three!
Grade: Orphan Black's Season Two - A+
Grade: Extras - C-
We were hooked, early on, by watching the first season of Orphan Black. Season two is just as good!
Wonderful acting by the cast, well developed characters portrayed by both the cast and writers, etc., with lots of dramatic psychologically intriguing twists and turns. Not a family show, too scary for young viewers, but should be okay for some older teens.
Orphan Black survived it's Second Season crucible admirably, however. The writing and directing is just as sharp, taking the viewer deeper into the history of Project Leda, introducing new characters and groups with nefarious goals of their own. The Dyad Corporation sees some internal power struggles, and the various clones face dangers on all sides.Read more ›
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Tatiana Maslany continues to shine in this wonderful show.
I highly recommend it!
A great series. Each season gets better and better as the story unwinds.Published 4 months ago by MKH