In terms of change, it was an interesting year for the cinema as well; it demonstrated that we are maturing into diversity and its rightful representation on screen, but we still have a lot to learn. Nonetheless, the creators delivered positions that, I am confident, will become timeless as the years pass. Each is unique, and each had something that piqued my interest in some way.
And that's where the spectacle begins. Miller and Liz Garbuz, the director of the final episode, orchestrate a true tour-de-force, brilliant in perception and execution. The creators serve us yet another surprise that forces us to stand up and clench our fists in anticipation.
December 4th, 2020 Welcome to my website! If you're on Twitter or, more specifically, you're interested in film and television and you're on Twitter, you may have seen my profile while scrolling down. My name is Zofia Wijaszka and I'm a Los Angeles-based film and television critic. I am contributing writer for Awards Watch, First … Continue reading The Film Nerdette Talks Pop Culture