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  1. What, so this wasn’t a joke? This was sincere?
  2. NexivRed

    Chernobyl (HBO/Sky)

    I don’t think the way to open the lines of conversation is via a dramatised TV show.
  3. NexivRed

    Chernobyl (HBO/Sky)

    I didn’t say anything about lying to children.
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    Chernobyl (HBO/Sky)

  5. NexivRed

    Chernobyl (HBO/Sky)

    What sort of question is that, and what does it have to do with setting and showing the scene of it happening.
  6. NexivRed

    Chernobyl (HBO/Sky)

    Literally shows a suicide. Just, no. Probably going to be birth defects and disfigurements. Death. Fear. Bleh. Can’t wait for Tuesday lol.
  7. NexivRed

    Chernobyl (HBO/Sky)

    No, this has some really disturbing scenes. And there’ll be more to come as people get sicker. No way I’d let a child see this subject matter and the repercussions, especially as its real. It’s quite terrifying. I’d except a child to worry after watching it.
  8. I laughed and shed a tear though. Watching it again tonight with my book reading ex partner. It’s been weird watching this series without him, and instead with my new, non book reading partner.
  9. One thing did actually fucking annoy me.
  10. Dany’s hair. I’ve hated those bloody plaits for ages, and they’ve gotten more and more numerous. It’s still shit though. Also, the dubbing is shocking, and the blending with blue screen shots has been awful all fucking season. Hate grandeur at the cost of the simple things.
  11. New credits Anyone spot anything else?
  12. I’m only watching it if he’s doing a song.
  13. NexivRed

    Chernobyl (HBO/Sky)

    Yeah. The shot of him in the chair was great. I like his character development. Obviously intelligent and practical, but the way men had to be; all “yes comrade” or you’d get shot, obviously suppressed it. It’s realistic and relieving that the character is engaging with his common sense.
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