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The tropical scenery and the convincing portrayal of beach-bum life are pleasantly diverting. Perhaps they signal that Tatau is meant to be enjoyed like a vacation: We should have as much fun as possible and let the important stuff slide.
We've all endured tedious tales of exotic high jinks from colleagues returning from their travels, dripping in henna tattoos and shark tooth necklaces, but someone at the BBC seemingly can't get enough of this stuff.
The supernatural element holds promise, and the show's innate weirdness is admirable, but Tatau is knee-capped by two unlikable leads and a sometimes sluggish pace.
While Tatau's far lighter in tone than its supernatural BBC3 predecessors, it's still a fun, fast-paced romp.
Tatau just doesn't leave enough of an impression to get under one's skin.
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