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Last updated: jun 16, 2021
It's okay but there are so many mistakes in the storyline, so much stuff that does not make sense at all that it sometimes hurts to watch. The cinematography is on a really high level - indeed. However, the inconsequence this storyline was written with is disturbing and makes this whole thing a bit of a painful experience. I quite skipped trough it to at least get an overview where this is going. Maybe they should have done a deep dive how cultures would really develop under these given circumstances. I find it hard to believe that all those people do not know absolutely anything just because there was a virus. And given the fact, that there is no further explanation I bet Apple itself does not have an explanation how this scenario makes any sense. The only reason I can see why people would give this series a good rating is because of the cinematography, the cast and because it was done by Apple. Because besides those superficial reasons, there is nothing really that justifies a good rating.
There is no noise. You get thrown in a world with a simple explanation on how it came to be and how it works. You know who the enemy is and what he is after. Its that movie night show people want but rarely get. Beyond that the cinematography is top notch the actors are good and the idea is unique.
It’s a strange one, certainly original. I didn’t think it started well, it even seemed a bit silly. But, I’m glad I’ve kept watching, as it’s growing on me and I find the concept interesting. It’s thought provoking in a way, considering the basics of the story and how the world would be in such a situation. It’s something I’ve never given thought too. I don’t particularly understand the sexual scenes or the relevance to why it’s part of the story, it just seems stupid to think they’d use sexual pleasure as a way to pray or communicate to god. It’s weird and unnecessary. I’ve watched 3 and as much as I’ve enjoyed it, I think the storyline maybe predictable. However, I do still love the basic concept and the thought in to how the world would adapt and progress under those circumstances. Looking forward to watching more and hope my initial thoughts of being predictable are proven wrong; it’s still early days.
This show falls apart over it's premise: everyone is blind as in BLIND not nearsighted, not bad vision, blind. Every episode you'll have stuff that doesn't make sense and blind people either wouldn't do or wouldn't be able to do, not even after 600 years or even say... "I looks abanoned"... "watch out"... These words would simply ceased to be used especially with so-called Witchfinders running around hunting down people who have sight. The production is great, the acting is okay, the action is far in between dull parts and areas you will say "well... no, that... doesn't work". People who have sight don't see people they should have seen, blind people don't hear or smell large bears sneaking up on them (cuz you know stealthy bears are all the rage), kids learn language from books by... teaching themselves (sorry, the knotthing doesn't explain sounds VS letters). I know blind people aren't helpless but the way the species is portrayed in this series is just too shallow to be believable. If they had fleshed out what it would be to have a blind society a bit more, changed the story a bit it would be a good show. Right now it's mediocre and without verisimilitude. If you can ignore that then good for you but then again everything is great if you have can ignore the bad parts of things.
Sorry but this series is just stupid. The storyline doesn't make sense, blind people run around in a forrest but never run into the trees but always passes them etc. etc. I fully agree with Vincenzo Köstler that it does look good though. I've stopped watching the series as there are so many great series to choose from so why spend my time on this production.
Who knew Momoa could act... Great world building and felt bot expansive and claustrophobic at the sometime. Innovative in exploring a world where the blind lead the blind and sight is an aboration. Well scripted and mix of adventure, family drama and action in and post apocalyptic world. I for one am looking forward to where they expand to in season 2. Id like to see more threat and expand on the family dynamics and insecurities but a promising start. Great to see a studio taking a stab at something fresh and new rather than reworking old stories and concepts.
You have to turn your brain off & cover your eyes to watch this show. Amazing audio & visuals but beyond that is absolutely shite. Blind people would not be able to all this they do in the show. No one ages. Their color coordination is perfect. Their hair is always perfectly styled. Watching the queen pray is beyond painful. The kids start reading like magic. They pack all learnings of humanity into a box full of box. It’s just dumb. I can’t believe Apple paid for this nonsense...my advice, ignore all the positive reviews & stay away. If you want to turn off your brain & enjoy audio / video than watch this crap.
Ignore the other comments and also ignore the plot holes on what blind people can actually do. This is show is good, really worth a watch. The acting is good, Jason Momoa kicks ass and there are so many plot twists you'll never see coming. It is a GOOD story, the scenery is fantastic, the pacing matches an 8-season episodes show. I'm looking forward to the second season!
I thought the ending (cliffhanger/new arc point for a 2nd season) to this was really good. Those last two episodes were worth the wait, especially that fight scene. I still couldn't understand why people wore colour coordinated clothing and looked very clean 99% of the time but despite this it did provide a great insight into sighted/non-sighted folk. I would like to hear from a recently sighted person. Another thing I didn't understand is why parents would, on discovering their child had special powers, wouldn't teach them to hide it by training them so as not to rely on it. Towards the end this became an obstacle to them, but the world they were born into would have made this a necessity at birth, if they were to live unexposed. I almost gave up on it but persevered just because the acting was solid. Also because it was post-apocalyptic, which given society and my personal predilections from my long years of reading sci-fi and fantasy, so I jumped aboard willingly.
I can SEE how some people are easily pleased, but come on folks , the story makes no sense whatsoever, they can't see but can make elaborate costumes, ok the cinematography was good, I know its fantasy and one is supposed to use one's imagination, but films are visual and that medium requires some form of reality to convey the story.
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
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