Devs (2020)
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Episode #1.1 

When her boyfriend Sergei vanishes after starting a new job at the secretive Devs division of tech company Amaya, software engineer Lily begins to suspect that his disappearance may not be as clear-cut as it seems.

Director:

Alex Garland

Writers:

Alex Garland (creator), Alex Garland
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sonoya Mizuno ... Lily Chan
Nick Offerman ... Forest
Jin Ha ... Jamie
Zach Grenier ... Kenton
Cailee Spaeny ... Lyndon
Stephen McKinley Henderson ... Stewart
Karl Glusman ... Sergei
Alison Pill ... Katie
Jefferson Hall ... Pete
Linnea Berthelsen ... Jen
Aimee Mullins ... Anya
Amaya Mizuno-André Amaya Mizuno-André ... Amaya
Caitlin Kimball ... Callie
Shayvawn Webster ... Ronnie (as Shay Vawn)
Alejandro De Mesa ... Carlos
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When her boyfriend Sergei vanishes after starting a new job at the secretive Devs division of tech company Amaya, software engineer Lily begins to suspect that his disappearance may not be as clear-cut as it seems.

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Lily and her co-workers recite seemingly unrelated numbers in their office. They are calling out the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence, where each successive number is the sum of the previous two numbers, starting with 0 and 1. See more »

Quotes

Forest: The universe is deterministic. It's godless and neutral and defined only by physical laws. The marble rolls because it was pushed. The man eats because he's hungry. An effect is always the result of a prior cause. The life we lead with all its apparent chaos is actually, a life on tramlines, prescribed, un-deviated, deterministic... . We fall into an illusion of free will because the tramlines are invisible and we feel so certain about our subjective state, Our feelings, our opinions, judgments...
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Mystery Box Stories NEVER Pay Off

I was really hopeful going into this show, but after watching the first episode, that hope is gone. None of the characters are likeable. None of the characters are interesting. The "mystery" is SO vague it's boring. There is nothing in this first episode that makes me even a little interested in seeing the second one. "Mystery Box" stories are so overdone, and lead to inevitable disappointment. If the acting was good, or the dialogue, or if there had been even a TINY HINT as to why I should care about ANY of this, I might have kept watching. But the acting was flat, and the scenes were clunky, and the "mystery" is a total bore.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 March 2020 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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