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I May Destroy You - Season 1

The series deals with a different experience as it talks about Arabella, whose primary and personal experiences are located. The series revolves around the life of this girl by having a group of imaginative friends and colleagues whose sexual adventures always collide with their lives. They fall into a world in which new laws of sexual activity are already emerging.
Duration: 28 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2020
IMDb: 7.9
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  • I May Destroy You S01E12
    Available from: 14-07-2020
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    Available from: 09-06-2020
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Critics Of "I May Destroy You - Season 1"
Screen International
June 07, 2020 Smartly, swifly, and without lingering rancour, Coel picks apart the media industry, with its clueless, well-intentioned closed-ranks of posh white privilege.
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Geeks of Color
June 07, 2020 Beautifully written by Coel and amazingly acted by the entire cast, I May Destroy You is a series that everyone should take the time to watch.
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Den of Geek
June 07, 2020 It's sometimes hard to get a grip on a central thread inside the chaos, but Coel's arresting performance and the whole thing's dynamism make it an exciting, if unstable, watch.
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The Atlantic
June 08, 2020 A writer less volcanically talented than Coel might struggle to weave one of these themes into a 12-part series; that she's able to explore so many different layers of power while creating such a compulsively watchable show is striking.
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Salon.com
June 08, 2020 Coel is an extraordinary talent... I May Destroy You is the artist ascending to the next level by mixing comedy and pain together in a strange, harrowing, and vitalizing soup.
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Newsday
June 05, 2020 Coel's a great talent - no doubt about that - but this can be an aggravating, unfocused sprawl at times. The power and horror of Arabella's ordeal is the unintended casualty.
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Black Nerd Problems
June 07, 2020 I May Destroy You does not fail to display the gas lighting, the nervous ticks, and the defense mechanisms. The show will be as honest as it can be, and it may cause an exploratory discomfort.
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NPR
June 07, 2020 It's tricky to call an actor mesmerizing, for fear of making her power seem magical rather than the result of craft. But Coel here is magnetic and memorable, for sure, and you won't be able to take your eyes off her.
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indieWire
June 08, 2020 "I May Destroy You" is moving and, despite the subject matter, at times very funny. It should inspire plenty of conversation about very sensitive subject matter with ever-increasing complexities.
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Detroit News
June 05, 2020 "I May Destroy You" is fascinating TV, taking a dark subject and turning it every which way. It can be shocking, it can be fun (which is also somewhat shocking), it can hurt and maybe even heal. No matter what, it's an unsettling revelation.
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Decider
June 07, 2020 It's not only powerful to see an artist like Coel bravely delve into such moral minefields, but to honor the fact that she makes space for other Black voices - those that aren't her own - to speak, too.
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Espinof
June 08, 2020 It's defiant, provocative, and overall, superb. [Full Review in Spanish]
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