Station Eleven

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Station Eleven
The end is the beginning.

Release Date: 2021-12-16
Original Language: English
User Score: 7.042/10 (285 votes)
Popularity: 94.667
Genres: Drama, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Mystery
Where to watch: US US / United States:Max, Max Amazon ChannelMax Amazon Channel



Overview: A post apocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines telling the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what's been lost.

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Review📝:

A Review by 5rJoud
Written on 2021-12-17

This show started very strong, with a lead that a viewer can easily identify with and root for. With room for character development, good believable decision making and more than enough screen presence to carry the whole thing. But then the surprising plot twist hits the audience hard. The charismatic blogger is not the lead after all. Instead we should care for the hard to look at little girl, who's adult version is clearly a different person with a similarly uninteresting face. Acting is good of course, but that doesn't help this slow story filled with boring people. So disappointing, given the production value.


A Review by Dobwhan
Written on 2022-01-27

Terrific show, brilliant cast, a must see. Don't let the pandemic theme fool you. Well worth the watch and a refreshing change from serial killers, people breaking bad, the never ending Nordic noir etc.


A Review by Foothold8187
Written on 2022-08-03

There's so much to love about this show. The scoring is amazing, the cinematography is incredible, and the acting is _superb_. Honestly, there was no weak cast member. Young Kirsten, adult Kirsten, Miranda, and Tyler were all captivating on screen. The show's pacing might seem slow, but gives you space to breath and admire the complexities of the characters and situations, admire the framing and composition of shots, and appreciate the music. The story itself is fun and complex. Character's stories echo themselves, the Station Eleven graphic novel in the story, and Shakespeare's plays. It's all layered and meaningful, managing to tell its own story and ideas while clothing them with multiple interpretations. If you like plays in general, and appreciate layered meanings, then I think you'll enjoy this show.

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