Undone (2019– )
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After a fight with her sister Becca, Alma gets in a car accident and sees something mysterious.

Director:

Hisko Hulsing

Writers:

Kate Purdy (created by), Raphael Bob-Waksberg (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Rosa Salazar ... Alma Winograd-Diaz
Angelique Cabral ... Becca Winograd-Diaz
Constance Marie ... Camila Diaz
Siddharth Dhananjay ... Sam
Daveed Diggs ... Tunde
Bob Odenkirk ... Jacob Winograd
Kevin Bigley ... Reed Hollingsworth
John Corbett ... Layton Hollingsworth
Nicholas Gonzalez ... Tomas
Tyler Posey ... Father Miguel
Nova Reed Nova Reed ... Cassie (as Nova Snow Reed)
Jeanne Tripplehorn ... Beth Hollingsworth
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After a fight with her sister Becca, Alma gets in a car accident and sees something mysterious.

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Rosa Salazar instantly connected with the themes and characters of "Undone," and knew she wanted to play 'Alma' after reading just the first two scripts. See more »

Quotes

Alma Winograd-Diaz: Becca, I'm not trying to ruin your life. Believe it or not, I'm trying to help you.
Becca Winograd-Diaz: You don't want me to marry Reed. Oh, right. I get it, he's white, and he's rich, so you don't like him.
Alma Winograd-Diaz: That's not the point.
Becca Winograd-Diaz: Well, what is the point?
Alma Winograd-Diaz: 'Cause we're broken people. Okay? And broken people break people.
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Solid start with great performances from the sisters.
26 September 2019 | by GraXXoRSee all my reviews

Alma appears very dissatisfied with her lot in life, which is presented as a sort of millennial affliction, if you will. However, it becomes clear that this is not entirely without reason: Family relations appear strained and the loss of her father has clearly affected her deeply.

The climactic start and flashback leading up to it feel natural and well paced, without rush or undue lingering.

It only takes a few minutes to become concerned for the mental wellbeing of Alma and immersed in her small world, which is rendered lovingly and in exquisite detail. In fact, I became so immersed and the rotoscoping was so fittingly done that I often forgot I was watching an animation.

Overall, a fairly convincing start with a compelling lead character and a nice mysterious hook at the end that hints at exciting things to come.

8/10


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13 September 2019 (USA) See more »

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