Me too, having started watching it at the weekend. Strangely enough, Beth Harmon also reminded me of Amélie Poulain (in fact it wouldn't surprise me if Jean-Pierre Jeunet remade it into a movie and called it Le Fabuleux Destin d'Elizabeth Harmon ).Currently five episodes into The Queen’s Gambit and unsurprisingly, after initial cynicism made us not approach it, recommendations from two friends and our son made us bite. It really is very good I deed. Really like the lead actress as well. She really makes the character of Beth very real. But she also reminds me ever so slightly of Amélie Poulain in a funny sort of way (and also someone I knew at University, oddly enough).
Just started watching this. Looks good. Strangely, I had to switch to Turkish with English subtitles, as I found the dubbing awkward.Ethos on Netflix. Set in Turkey spanning modern and traditional versions thereof it is beautifully shot and acted. I’m on episode 4.
Just started watching this. Looks good. Strangely, I had to switch to Turkish with English subtitles, as I found the dubbing awkward.
I'd strongly recommend "In Treatment" with Gabriel Byrne as a psychotherapist. Really well made and scripted. Most of the episodes are done as a whole and single therapy session, so very intimate.I've already recommended it to my daughter, who's studying Psychology with the hope of becoming a clinical psychologist in due course.
And then tonight was Tanya Byron (same school and University as Olivia) talking about potential ways to deal with mental health. Quite interesting.
Schitts Creek. Comedy genius. On series 3 now but might be time to ration like you say. Who knew that Moira was Macauley Culkin’s mum in Home Alone!Yep, Queen's Gambit excellent, and thoroughly recommend Unorthodox on Netflix. We finally caught up with Schitt's Creek (about 5 years too late), but a night would not be the same without a 25-minute slice of its sheer magic. Sad that we are already half way through season 5!