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A sensitive, well-meaning illumination of a difficult topic that doesn't quite add up to a compelling series.
It's the kind of series that's instantly so fully formed, so funny and candid and wrenching right from the start, that you almost question the emotional propriety of it all.
A sensitive, nuanced and particularly well-acted dirge.
In its brisk bursts, Sorry for Your Loss covers a lot of ground - sibling dynamics, mother-child relationships, mental health - but, most of all, it suggests that suffering isn't saintly or enriching. It's messy, unwanted and unwelcome.
It articulates the aspects of loss that can be difficult to voice, like hating the word "condolences", hating being told you are "in someone's prayers" and the way people are sympathetic at first, but then just assume you will be alright.
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