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as Bessie Louvin
as Don Berryman
as Creeley Turner
as Connie Nunn
as Amelia Davenport
as D.L. Sullivan
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You won't find much hope in Damnation and that's an absence that can only exist unfilled for so long.
Modern relevance and a few good performances are all it has to recommend. It's too often dull, tonally inconsistent, and just poorly written. All the modern political parallels in the world won't matter if the viewer is bored.
Violence, racism, antiheroes in dark Depression-era drama.
The score created anticipation when needed and built bridges between the scenes. The cinematography was alternately sparse and visually sumptuous.
From my view, Damnation has a lot going for it. The political history of the United States is always worth discussing, and the series features an incredibly talented cast.
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