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First, the TV show isn't like the movie, if anything it feels as if it's trying to be the movie, and at a first glance I was happy to say that it failed at it's ambition. However, this changed over the course of the show. I began thinking less about the movie, and more about the show, the characters began developing, the story began to unfold carefully, though cliché. Snatch isn't about the movie, it's about it's own thing, style is key, characters are strong, the soundtrack is great.
I will not spoil anything, but this is a perfect show that could end on a season, thankfully, a second it's on it's way, and I cannot wait.
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