Losing Alice: Season 1 (2021)


Season 1
Losing Alice

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Twisty and thrilling, if a tad long, Losing Alice is an engaging psychological drama with style to spare.

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Critic Ratings: 22

75%

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User Ratings: 36

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Air date: Jan 22, 2021

On a fateful train ride that will change their lives, fading film director Alice meets Sophie, a driven, young screenwriter.

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Air date: Jan 22, 2021

Things get complicated when Sophie asks Alice to direct her script -- after its original director disappears -- with David set to star.

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Air date: Jan 22, 2021

Alice begins work on Sophie's film, struggling to be heard by the all-male crew and clashing with Sophie over their artistic visions.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2021

After auditioning actresses for the lead role, Alice believes she's found the perfect candidate -- until Sophie makes a surprising move.

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Air date: Feb 5, 2021

The chemistry between David and Sophie leads to problems at home; new revelations cause Alice to dig deeper into Sophie's life.

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Air date: Feb 12, 2021

Before filming begins, Alice can't shake her suspicion that Sophie's script is based on actual events she's trying to hide.

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Air date: Feb 19, 2021

Alice attempts to maintain her professionalism when directing an intense love scene between David and Sophie.

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Air date: Feb 26, 2021

The events that ended the filming of "Room 209" are revealed as Alice and David prepare for its film festival premiere.

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Cast & Crew

Ayelet Zurer
Alice

Actor
Lihi Kornowski
Sophie

Actor
Gal Toren
David

Actor
Yossi Marshek
Tamir

Actor
Shai Avivi
Ami

Actor
Chelli Goldenberg
Tami

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Tamar Mozes-Borovitz
Executive Producer
Nadav Palti
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Losing Alice: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Losing Alice: Season 1

  • Apr 04, 2022
    I did binge watch the show over two evenings, but the pace was a bit to slow for my liking and sometimes a bit boring. The ending was confusing until the very last scene which was unexpected. That cleared it all up. If the pace had been a little faster and each episode kept my interest from start to finish I would have given 4 stars. I was ready to give up after episode 5 but by then I had invested much of my time so I powered through to the end, and glad I did. I watched the english speaking version with subtitles also.
  • Apr 03, 2022
    When Sam Mendes was married to Kate Winslet, he directed her intimate scenes with Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie 'Revolutionary Road' from a different room. He was never physically present in the same room. This fact forms a key dialogue in Losing Alice, where the roles are reversed. Alice, a director in her late 40s is making a comeback, after taking a break to raise three children. Her new film has a steamy scene with her husband, David, a popular actor and a twenty something actress. The build up to that scene forms the crux of this psychological drama. This Israeli series is about inner conflict and the balance of power between husband and wife and how the presence of a femme-fatale, who both are attracted to, disrupts their seemingly happy relationship. Sigal Avin, the female director of the series chooses to focus on the female gaze. There is sexual tension, 'will they/won't they' unpredictability, seduction, emotional highs and lows and a skilful interplay of life and art. "I think I really wanted to portray the conflicts of creating while having a family from a woman's perspective, a mother's perspective. The intense need to have both and the difficulties that come with the attempt. Every time I finish a project, I have to work really hard to put my family back together again. Society's expectations of women have become unrealistic and you simply can't do it all. You can't be a perfect mom and impeccable partner and go out and direct a series at the same time. It's a long process; it's harsh. And there's a price you're paying. And I think that's completely okay, if you understand it, prepare for it, and try to balance things differently before and after." - Sigal. The talent on screen is extraordinary, the script very involving, making for a though-provoking, slow burn series.
  • Dec 24, 2021
    What a waste of time. This show is terrible and makes no sense. Only gets a star because it was going somewhere, but ended up being horrible.
  • Nov 20, 2021
    This series is an absolute revelation. By far the best thing I've watched on Apple TV+. Slow-burning and deeply intriguing. Filthy and mysterious. And a brilliant cast.
  • Mar 07, 2021
    Lynchian aspirations, but too long. Needed to be movie-length, or at the most 3-4, not 8 episodes.
  • Mar 07, 2021
    It doesn't get much better than this. Everything about it is top notch.
  • Feb 20, 2021
    Its a weird, eccentric show. Sexy in a bad way. Its made in Israel, but there is nothing Israeli about the show, clearly created for international audience. The actors are fabulous. I watched 7 episodes, I have no idea how this show will end. (I watched the original, Hebrew version)
  • Feb 13, 2021
    Glued up the screen!!! Excellent thriller
  • Feb 07, 2021
    For an Apple original series it's shot and lit badly. Also oddly enough they use Windows computers :D. Israeli's are portrayed as really grumpy and dissatisfied in this series. Pacing is very slow and I'm on episode 3.
  • Feb 05, 2021
    I lost interest by the second episode. I did not think the story was well developed and I lost interest in finding out what happened to these characters.

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