Angel from Hell
- TV Series
Allison isn't quite sure if her new friend, Amy, is her guardian angel or a crazy person.Allison isn't quite sure if her new friend, Amy, is her guardian angel or a crazy person.Allison isn't quite sure if her new friend, Amy, is her guardian angel or a crazy person.
Excellent Start To A Terrific Comedy
A somewhat naïve co-lead meets her guardian angel with some natural disbelief. Perfectly cast and the "angel' in particular is absolutely superb in her role as an obviously wise but oh-so-earthly hilariously unconventional woman - even for a hippy on booze. The costume designer deserves mention here especially for the angels outfits which are as beautifully whacky as her character. Actions and facial expressions are not blunt or forced but carry subtle nuances which is a very refreshing change to the more 'type-cast' in stone snarls or grins of the goodies or baddies that pepper so many TV shows and this may go unnoticed by some viewers, especially if you are expecting a stand-up comedic show. I wouldn't want to miss a single future episode if the show keeps to its high standards. It may be inappropriate to comment upon episode 2 here ergo I will just say it was even better than the first. Highly recommended.
- Jan 19, 2016
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