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This, is in fact a nice show, of course it will modify dialogs, of course it shows a little bit more of this and a little less of that, of course it does not show EVERYTHING of that tick book with a tiny font, of course some people will hate it because it is not what they imagined (just as harry potter fans complain about the movie not showing EVERYTHING of the books either).
don't listen to them. - Good acting. - Good production. - Decent effects. - Sticks to the real story (of course with some modifications, who cares) - and the best of all, i think it does show the story in a neutral point..
so as everything in life nowadays...."haters will hate". so shut your mouth and enjoy the show. do not expect too much from a mini series but it was better than expected for me.
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