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It's a fascinating story and Strahovski, so persuasive as a conflicted wife in "The Handmaid's Tale," is phenomenal here.
"Stateless" is consumed by an extraordinary exception instead of confronting the ongoing disenfranchisement toward displaced detainees.
The most frustrating issue here is one of narrative focus -- Stateless engages the refugee crises with some extremely tedious optics.
A masterfully told, forcefully acted nightmare about life in a dirty, bureaucratically impacted limbo.
The Blanchett-driven series, dealing with the problems of the detention of refugees in Australia, and the statelessness of people driven from their homes by war and conflict certainly put our immigration system under fierce scrutiny...
Stateless is a faceted exploration of a key issue of our time, and deeply affecting whenever Ameer's huge, pained eyes swim into view.
The story of how Australia and how much of the world treats their refugees is the heart of the matter here.
Stateless is one of those series where a viewer benefits by not knowing more than the bare necessities beforehand. It's a ride that should be taken while realizing that unpleasant things will go down, but the journey's still worth taking.
Netflix's six-episode drama Stateless is worth a look, but it's an uneven, fictional take on a situation that only seems to worsen around the globe.
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