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After a fight with her sister Becca, Alma gets in a car accident and sees something mysterious.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Undone from 520 votes.
Camila helps out at the church, and accompanies Becca on a food tasting with Reed’s family. Meanwhile, Sam and Alma go mystery solving together.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Undone from 341 votes.
Alma begins her training with her dad, and tries to get a grip on her new reality. She also starts her investigation of his murder.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Undone from 385 votes.
While recovering in the hospital from her car accident, Alma talks with her dead father, who has a confusing and compelling request.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Undone from 443 votes.
Alma progresses through training with her dad, and continues to uncover information about his death. Worried by her behavior, Alma’s mom makes her go to therapy.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Undone from 365 votes.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Undone from 1 votes.
Alma goes back to the Halloween night Jacob died and tries to change the past. Back in the present, Camila and Sam try to make Alma get help.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Undone from 350 votes.
Alma attends Becca and Reed’s wedding while continuing to investigate her father's murder. Meanwhile, Jacob encourages Alma to stop investigating in the present and find her way back to the past to save him.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Undone from 340 votes.
Alma realizes Sam has been lying to her and they get into a fight. Alma bounces between different timelines in her life, Sam’s life, and their relationship.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Undone from 358 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
Besides having really gorgeous, mind-bending rotoscoped animation, this show doesn't shy away from some important themes such as mental illness, death, relationship problems and more. It reminds me of "A Scanner Darkly" and "Waking Life" (2001), mostly due to the art style, but they have other similarities as well. You should expect some time travel elements, although they're not as complicated as, say, those in Netflix's "Dark". That might change in the next season though, if we're ever getting one.
What a smart and wild ride! We follow a woman lost in despair, grieving her father, and unsatisfied with her job and her boyfriend. At the pinnacle of her ennui with life she is presented an existential opportunity to transcend the bounds of space and time - by her father's ghost! Rotoscoping cinematographic technique (ala "Scanner Darkly" and "Waking Life") expertly captures facial micro-expressions, giving this an unnervingly realistic look. Racially diverse cast is a bonus. I hope this gets renewed for Season 2!
Amazon Prime Originals have been on a tremendous roll lately and this is just the latest exquisite example. Undone is a fantastic Rotoscope show. Ambitious, mysterious, captivating, and extremely well acted all around. I'm eagerly pining for Season 2 I found it difficult to believe that the creators of BoJack Horseman to be capable of making something as majestic, endearing and captivating as that show is, But they have done just that with Undone Mad kudos to everyone involved in getting this in front of my eyeballs
This has curried critical and user acclaim but I just don't get it, so this will be a minority review. I'm a huge SciFi/Fantasy fan but beyond being a vehicle to show off Rotoscope animation, I wasn't drawn into the premise, at all, in fact, I was bored, and eventually felt jilted. The film never declares its intention to be a piece of Science FIction or a deep dive into mental health perspectives and it spends so much time exploring the "hows" that the ending was just an empty creator of "why?" for me. I repeat, it is getting rave reviews, and both Trakt and IMDb reviewers are giving it an 8.3 (83%) out of 10. But, the premise is unresolved (it is un-done) for me so I give it a 5 (meh) out of 10. [SciFi? Drama? Animation]
Beautifully animated with gorgeous backgrounds and great acting all around. This is a show you can't afford to miss. I really loved the ending too. Changed my whole perspective of the show. And at the end all I was wishing for was the show to go on forever. Love it
Holy shitballs.. WOW.. What an Amazing Amazing series. Beautiful Animation, fantastic, diverse and deep characters. Mind blowing story with great pacing. Really glad I thought of watching it. It's a breath of fresh air. :heart:
Masterpiece! We need a second season!
loved it...can't stop from watching it once i started..
Amazing show. I'm not a fan of rotoscope animation, but the writing and an amazing main character more than make up for it. Smart, meaningful, funny, poignant... A fantastical portrait of a mind unraveling. Highly recommended.
I try, but without trying, and I cannot find the virtues of this series. There are interesting elements, such as the use of rotoscoping animation technique that reflects that blurred border between reality and fiction, between real performance and animated performance. But this technical quality is built on an irregular story that, as in other recent series such as "Devs" (Hulu, 2020-), lengthens its plot using the protagonist's confusion. Of the 8 episodes, it takes 5 for the main character to understand his mission, a narrative trap that generates useless episodes. "Undone" is a politically correct series that it wants to be politically correct, which translates into "non-white" characters, but who basically behave like "white people". This is particularly prominent in Alma, whose intention to modify the past has a certain nihilistic character, an intention that is to change what needs to be changed to suit her supposedly perfect vision of life. The narrative game that the writers propose is quite crude, with amateur resources (the psychiatric background, the names of the protagonists ...) and with a resolution in the last two chapters that is tricky and inconsistent (the opened ending). But the packaging manages to hide the ineffectiveness of an useless story.
While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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