Critic Consensus: Mosaic has enough moving parts -- and fine performances -- to deliver a gratifying murder-mystery plot, though its jumbled structure and heavy-handed narrative may still leave viewers slightly wanting.
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as Olivia Lake
as Joel Hurley
as Eric Neill
as Alan Pope
as Nate Henry
as Michael O'Connor
as Tom Davis
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Fans of more traditional crime drama that ends wrapped in a bow may find themselves frustrated, as will fans of more traditional good writing and acting.
[Sharon] Stone doesn't make the character likeable exactly - Olivia is much too flawed for that - but she does make us care as the noose begins to tighten.
Less a show than a television experience, it's brilliant and exasperating.
It's never, ever sentimental -- the familiar Soderbergh sharpness is found throughout -- but director, writer, and performers all leave room for the little streaks of meanness, insecurity, fear, and compassion to emerge.
It is about as heatless and heartless as a murder story could be-and there's no overcoming that on a phone or on a television.
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