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Alyssa decides it's finally time to confront the past and lay her demons to rest. Could returning to a familiar place hold the key?
The episode was rated from 755 votes.
An unexpected incident at Alyssa's place of work threatens to spiral out of control, with a surprising revelation shaking her to the core.
The episode was rated from 734 votes.
As the outside world threatens to close in, will James and Alyssa make it as a couple?
The episode was rated from 1532 votes.
Alyssa is forced to spend the night in a remote motel where they're not used to receiving guests.
The episode was rated from 717 votes.
Alyssa and James decide to lie low, but their hideaway turns out not to be as safe as it first appears
The episode was rated from 1664 votes.
Alyssa runs away from home in unlikely circumstances, finding herself distracted by a mysterious stranger.
The episode was rated from 725 votes.
Alyssa claims to be fine after everything that happened, but events from her past are about to catch up with her.
The episode was rated from 750 votes.
Alyssa finally gets home to make amends, but nothing seems to be going as she'd hoped.
The episode was rated from 703 votes.
James and Alyssa arrive at a rundown town. James is unable to block out a memory from his past.
The episode was rated from 1511 votes.
With the fallout from last night plaguing her, Alyssa's journey home is interrupted by an unforeseen stop-off at a desolate strip mall.
The episode was rated from 694 votes.
Excited to be reunited, Alyssa and James get back on the road, where their outlaw status is put to the testThe episode was rated from 1475 votes.
In the fallout of their terrible act, real cracks begin to appear between James and AlyssaThe episode was rated from 1563 votes.
James and Alyssa make it to her father's place. But after the initial euphoria, cracks begin to show.The episode was rated from 1436 votes.
It's two years after the tragic events on the beach. Who is troubled outsider Bonnie and what is her mysterious link to Alyssa?The episode was rated from 795 votes.
Alyssa is teen angst personified. She feels estranged from her mother, hates her stepfather and rejects pretty much everyone she meets - until one day she sees James sitting alone.The episode was rated from 2156 votes.
Alyssa and James hit the road with a bang, but they soon realise how little they know each otherThe episode was rated from 1798 votes.
Last updated: jun 10, 2022
Trakt doesn't allow emojis in comments, but If it were, my comment would be somerhing like: The soundtrack in this show is **fire emoji** **fire emoji** **fire emoji**.
A beautiful, twisted and bleak story filled with awesome moments, music and cinematography. It shows an alternative love story completely different from all those cliché-dramatic moments overused in Hollywood. Just 3h20min of fun, love and crude humor of two characters that love each other but not the world around them. [spoiler] The ending is beautifully shot, showing the danger and automatic assumption that James is a psychopath. His narration, followed by him running for his short life while being on his birthday is so heartbreaking that made me cry in the last second. A boy that had no feelings, made a choice of love. [/spoiler]
Pretty much a perfect miniseries. Intriguing characters and overall story with amazing actors, great cinematography and an absolutely fantastic soundtrack. After Season 2: I was really worried that this season might be shit but it actually turned out great. It's IMO as good if not better than S1 (although quite a bit less funnier and even more depressing at times) and it provides a lot happier ending for the characters which is nice. It also deals with the psychological aftermath of S1 really well. But the best thing in the show still was the soundtrack. It somehow got even better than S1.
'i've just turned 18. i think i understand what people mean to each other.'
Highly overrated show. Really loved it for the first 5 episodes, then it just kind of lost me. The first half of the show was so twisted and beautifully surreal, and then somehow all that magic was just lost for the last half of the series. This is definitely a show worth watching, I just wish the last few episodes of the show didn't feel so disjointed and unsatisfying.
I don't know what I was expecting from this show but certainly it wasn't this. A M A Z I N G This show is visually stuning, the soundtrack is mindblowing and the narration is incredibly well done. I can't think of one think I don't like about this show. I just finidhed it about 10 minutes ago and I'm writting this listening to the soundtrack while processing what I just witnessed. The run time is short but I don't think it would've worked any other way, it managged to do an amazing character development in such a short time. And I think that the thing this show made the best was the character arc, I don't think I've seen a show that makes it as well as The End Of The Fucking Wold did. Defenetly one ofthe best shows of the year.
i hated it a lot, not gonna lie. gimme some some tide pods, so I can die
The trailer alone was enough to pull me in but now that I watched she show in total I can say that this is one of the best things out there. It's bold and funny, harsh and weird. James and Alyssa are such great characters and the actors portray them so well, there is real chemistry between them. The story has a nice pace that covers everything without stalling or overtelling. It's something you can easily watch in one go. I completely fell in love with it from start to finish.
Absolutely superb. It's the start of January 2018, and I am already pretty sure this will be my favorite show of the year. Funny, unique, beautiful, heart breaking and inspiring all in one perfect 8 episode mini-series. Oh, and the sound track is off the hook wonderful. For anyone into film making, they did some very clever things with the way the dialog, music and film is edited. Enjoyable on every level.
How could you do this to me? Ending the season like this? OMG! I need to know what will happen now. Please! It was a gorgeous work! I watched it all at once! I'm already addicted to it!
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