On Nadia's 36th birthday she is struck by a car and killed, only to finds herself alive and well, back at her own birthday party earlier that night. When she dies again and her timeline resets, Nadia begins to question her own sanity as she strives to unravel the mystery of why and how this is all happening.
Dying is Easy. It's Living That's Hard.
Did You Know?
According to an interview with costume designer Jennifer Rogien
, most characters are dressed in muted colors to create an unsettling and "off-tilt" atmosphere. Strong colors are used to convey symbolic meanings: the scarlet blouse Nadia wears if she survives the first night "projects the sense of a strange warmth in a very cold world," and with the exception of Maxine's outfit, the color blue was deliberately avoided because it "connotes a calm and tranquility that is not present in 'Russian Doll.'" See more
Gotta Get Up
Written and performed by Harry Nilsson See more