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Shocking in nearly every way. All personal alliances seem up for negotiation.
Interesting to see two versions of nearly every scene. It is always refreshing to see the fourth wall broken - even if it's not directed at the viewer.
Postwar action continues with prewar sexism and morality. Just like it really happened.
Plot continually seemed to be an excuse to remain in California for filming, instead of moving forward to start SHIELD.
Thankfully the twisting & ratcheting of the tale ends before resorting to pixie dust or flying dragons. Many scenes are easy on the eyes, still.
Those looking for romantic entanglements will be delighted, those interested in quality storytelling may yawn just a bit. Convoluted storytelling trims down some characters to make room for new ones - and just like most soap operas, there's really no one to trust completely.
Convoluted story lines doesn't quite interfere with the entertainment.
The entertainment continues, with Piper remaining easy on the eyes.
Entertaining, if not believable.
Branagh costars with Swedish landscapes, both urban and rural, at a pacing quicker than springtime grass growing in a breeze. This gives the viewer time to take in the muted angst of the title character.