Very good show; not as good as Top of the Lake, but very good. Episode 10 is rad because of brother Martin 'doing what needs to be done', despite his sexual heterosexual persuasion! LOVE that bi-sexual stuff! I find it that a man to cross the 'gay boundry line' to be courageous as all get out, ESPECIALLY if the man crossing that line isn't gay, but is doing it for a 'bigger reason', someone who is sacrificing himself, his 'culturally accepted' morals, and is sacrificing what others supposedly think/feel about him for 'not being straight', and is willing to make all of these sacrifices anyway due to some kind of 'greater responsibilities' he feels he owes to his brother Jean and his family. So rad. I am from a Southern California beach community, so please excuse my American 'Surf Slang' (I have a BA degree in Environmental Studies from university, and am one class shy of minor in Biology, I have a TESL certification to teach English, and have a specialization in grammar, a certification in Non-profit Management, and am half way completed my two year degree in Wine and Food Sales and Marketing, but I love using So. Cal. slang, despite how uneducated I sound.) So, I 'Thank you for your support.' Wait a moment; hadn't that been the Bartles and James tag line?' LOL!!!
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