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At the end of the 24th Century, and 14 years after his retirement from Starfleet, Jean-Luc Picard is living a quiet life on his vineyard, Chateau Picard. When he is sought out by a mysterious young woman, Dahj, in need of his help, he soon realizes she may have personal connections to his own past.
The opening credits feature a piece of the sky cracking off and floating through various locations from Picard's life (his family vineyard, a Borg cube and the planet Romulus) before finally used to reform Picard's profile. See more »
When Gene Roddenberry created ST, it was with a sense of optimism and a profound belief in the power of people, whatever their planet of origin. This was encapsulated by the concepts of the Federation and the desire of people to expand our knowledge and understanding of ourselves and the universe around us. The original series reflected and recognised the social problems of the time and looked forward to when we were bigger than these issues by being better.
ST: Picard is set in a slow, depressing and down beat galaxy (how did that happen?!?), the main protagonists, including Picard, are self absorbed, self serving and self centred. Gone is the ambition to make the world(s) a better place. They are operating in a cess pool of greed and corruption and appear to be very comfortable in that environment.
I started watching ST TOS in the '70s, having enjoyed ALL the various iterations to varying degrees (yes, Discovery too). This however, is not Star Trek and after trying to find some redeeming feature in any of the 5 episodes aired so far, I'm giving up on it.
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