Killing Eve is wicked! I didn’t expect this at all. The two women cross each other’s path in a very unlikely way. They shock each other, they study each other, they chase each other, they were abscessed with each other, then they want to kill each other. There seemed to be an invisible string between these two women. They pull on each others’ nerves all the time. It’s a cat and mouse chasing game, yet, sometimes, they would smoothly switch the role of the cat and the mouse. The storyline keeps you on the edge, thanks to the writers.
The two actresses were superb in this series. You will be impressed with their performances – it’s difficult to tiptoe around the fine line of being normal or a sociopath.
Mary Kills People tells the story of Mary Harris, who works at the emergency department of the Eden General Hospital by day but illegally provides the “end of life counsellor” service on the side.
Of course, such a “business” is high maintenance, her life is soon becoming very complicated. The police are on her back, the drug dealer, the sister, the children and her problematic partner.
Mary Kills People will remind you of cult shows such as Weeds or Breaking Bad. It’s a bit weird, a bit out of there, a bit dark, and a bit edgy. Mary, Nancy and Walter all have this “life changing” experiences with drugs and drug dealers. Death, on the other side, are all their excuses to the drama they are in, drugs, drug dealers and death. Mary is very attractive while Nancy has the charisma, Walter has his intelligence.
Some say Mary is an advocate of Physician-assisted death, and this show brings up the discussion of euthanasia. The show is portraying death as a moment of celebration – “there is beauty in the inevitable”. It’s never delved into the topic any deeper though. It became just a thing that Mary does. Too much screen time is spent on Mary’s personal life drama.
Season 1 was refreshing but season 2 became a slow burn. Season 3 is showing now. What do you thing? Is it worth watching?
I’ve loved Fringe! It’s a great Sci-fi. Everyone needs to watch it! These are my favourite Fringe moments:
Broyles: “At the risk of sounding sentimental… I’ve always thought there were people who leave an indelible mark on your soul. An imprint that can never be erased.”
When Olivia sees Projection Peter and he says to her: “Real is just a matter of perception. I am here and I’m a part of you that you have to hold onto. You can’t forget who you are Olivia. You can’t forget where you’re from. You can’t forget this.” (And then he kisses her, awwww ❤️💋)
“Small moments of peace.”
People get tired of looking and hoping.
The difference of loving someone and being in love with them…
Astrid said, “what is in the past is in the past,” but the past is always alive in our impressionistic memories. The past shapes the present just as much, if not more so, than our present experiences shape our understanding of our memories.
Encourage the quest for happiness in your children even if it takes them very far away from you.
I met a traveller from an antique land who said: two vast and trunkless legs of stone stand in the desart. Near them, on the sand, half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown, and wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command, tell that its sculptor well those passions read which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things, the hand that mocked them and the heart that fed: and on the pedestal these words appear: “My name is Ozymandias, king of kings: look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!” Nothing beside remains. Round the decay of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare the lone and level sands stretch far away.