Cailee Spaeny and Alison Pill both appeared in the film Vice. Pill, playing Mary Cheney, and Spaeny playing a young Lynne Cheney. This makes the much younger Spaeny Pill's mother in the film. See more »
First, let me start off by saying the story itself is fresh, creative and interesting. Definitely worth giving a shot if you're into the psychological thriller genre. For the most part, casting is on point. Nick Offerman as Forest, the enigmatic CEO of Amaya and Zach Grenier as Kenton, the Ex-CIA officer turned to head of Amaya security are both phenomenal in their roles. Offerman plays the role of his career, while Greniers character is this shows Mike Ehrmantraut. On the opposite end, the main protagonist and heroine, Lily, played by Sonoya Mizuno, is a gigantic casting error. She is by far the only quarrel that I have with the show itself and it's to the point where it becomes annoying because she lacks the qualities that a protagonist should have. Shes extremely monotone and has the same facial expressions regardless of her emotions. All in all, worth a watch. Recommended if you can bare with Mizunos acting.
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