In the middle of a global pandemic, where it’s all but impossible to put multiple people together in a studio to film something… anything… what is a multinational, subscription-model, streaming-TV-giant going to do with all that fat monthly subscriber cash? Get a bunch of A-listers into a studio and record some really, REALLY expensive monologues of course!
Peta, Jill, Quinny and Dion may be in their own little rooms away from each other, but no-one is ever truly alone in this podcast!
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We're not sure if we loved it or not, but it most definitely is art.
Needs must as the devil drives, and this is a return to one of the oldest styles of theatrical device. But done with incredible actors and interesting ideas. It isn't always 100% effective, but it is interesting and worth watching.
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Beautifully shot and full of incredibly talented actors plying their trade
A deceptively simple concept done exceedingly well
The subtle broader world-building woven throughout the stories adds a lot.
Not all of them work as well as others. Some feel more disconnected.
It's very STAGE-y and occasionally the monologues feel super expository.
it's not an easy watch, some of the stories are pretty confronting.