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There's an airlessness to Full Circle that vacuum-packs these performances but leaves little real life.
With no one to root for and no real story to follow, there's also no compelling reason, beyond the sheer trick of the thing, to follow this full circle even halfway.
Full Circle wouldn't work in a lot of TV venues, but in this context, it's a touch of Broadway in the comfort of your living room, complete with front-row-seat close-ups - LaBute's twisted version of dinner, and a show.
No one comes off as very likable in the four episodes sent to critics, but all the characters are fascinating, often as much for what we suspect about their inner nature as for what they say aloud.
This original drama series from the satellite TV provider feels like a play, which makes sense.
Full Circle asks viewers to spend a lot of time with a lot of nasty characters. That may be entertaining to some viewers but probably not to the majority of the audience.
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