Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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I have been putting off watching this show for a long time, in fear of being disappointed by it. Although now during this COVID-19 Lockdown I decided I required something different. I am usually not a huge Si-Fi Fan, but this show took my breath away right from the start. Tatiana Maslany plays many roles and makes each one individual. The absolute talent she holds to give all of 6 main Clones their own lives, accents and their individual identities is amazing. You find yourself blown away at the end of each episode when you are reminded that each clone is not played by multiple actors but just her. It is truly amazing.
As a member of the LGBT Community, I feel like it is my place to cast light on the LGBT aspects of the show. Cosmia and Delphine's relationship is not defined by the fact that they are two women, but by the idea that they are in a relationship, their trials and complications are true to the show and not far fetched. The relationship feels true and real and that is something that so many shows these days seem to forget about. Felix is another obviously gay character but again it isn't his only trait, he is a complex character and Jordan Gavaris does an amazing job of creating this character who loves deeply and strongly for his family.
I feel very deeply connected to this show that has made me cry, and laugh out loud in the same 10 minutes. I feel this is a must-watch for anyone. I feel in love with all of Maslany's identities and the supporting cast. This show is a work of art. I love it!