I can only throw superlatives at this practically perfect episode in this bonkers, but wonderful series. The while vibe here is packed with menace, urgency, and a sense of time running out for both Nadia and Alan.
I loved the sense of loss throughout, people and furniture vanish with each death, but more then that, the pair are somehow reconciling themselves with personal losses.
I don't need to explain just how good this was, other then, I didn't touch my phone, flinch, and my coffee went cold, it is THAT good. 10/10
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