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Z: The Beginning Of Everything attempts to chart the flapper icon’s thrilling rise to intoxicating muse but its portrayal of the jazz age is disappointingly pedestrian
It’s a mark of the careering ambitions of our so-called golden age of television that, should I tell you Amazon is attempting to salvage a tired film genre with a 10-episode series about an iconic Zelda, that genre could just as easily be video game adaptation as period biopic. Alas, it’s the latter, and though Z: The Beginning Of Everything would be a perfectly good title for a rip-roaring tale of puzzle-based valour, on balance it’s probably better suited to a glittering jazz-age portrait of Zelda Fitzgerald.
- Charlie Lyne
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