“Losing Alice” a psychological thriller series has started streaming on Apple TV+. The show stars Ayelet Zurer in a leading role, and is written and directed by Sigal Avin.
The 8 episode series features Alice as a 47-year old film director who becomes obsessed with Sophie, a 24-year old Femme Fatale screenwriter. The series explores complex relationships, guilt, fear of aging, anger, and jealousy as its primary themes. The show uses flashbacks to knit together a complex narrative revolving around its two main characters Alice and Sophie.
Losing Alice debuts to decent reviews from critics
The first three episodes of the series started streaming on 22 January, while the fourth will air on 29th January. So far, the show has mixed reviews by critics. At the time of writing, the show has an average rating of 6.8 out of 10 on IMDB, and 63% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. There are not many user reviews yet on either service so things might change as more people watch the show. IndieWire has called ‘Losing Alice’ Apple’s best slow-burn drama series yet and gave it an A- grade. Decider, The Wall Street Journal, and The Oakland Press have also given it positive reviews, so it is definitely worth watching. Whether the show continues its praise-worthy performance throughout the season remains to be seen.
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