In the Flesh - Season 1
Four years after the Rising, the government starts to rehabilitate the Undead for reentry into society, including teenager Kieren Walker, who returns to his small Lancashire village to face a hostile reception, as well as his own demons.
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June 06, 2013 As it raises the sorts of questions that classic zombie fare, In the Flesh also draws some perceptive connections to our own social and political contextsRead in Source
Geek Girl Authority
August 27, 2018 In the Flesh has a unique and innovative take on the undead creatures.Read in Source
June 06, 2013 Suspenseful, tragic yet also uplifting in its audacious collision of fantasy and emotional realism, this haunting gem reminds us that we shouldn't speak ill of the dead. They sometimes make the best characters.Read in Source
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
June 06, 2013 In the Flesh... is best not analyzed too deeply for meaning and just enjoyed for its odd and fascinating concept.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
June 07, 2013 It's a powerful meditation on what happens to a community once a galvanizing threat is removed but then returns, albeit in a more benign state.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
January 03, 2014 To be tolerant or not to be tolerant, that is one question, and In the Flesh explores it in a novel way.Read in Source
January 03, 2014 In the Flesh offers a fresh, clever take on the zombie story; it could almost be a sequel to The Walking Dead in a time after a cure has been found (there's also less blood and gore than seen in TWD).Read in Source
New York Daily News
June 05, 2013 Unfortunately, the potentially intriguing premise of this new three-part BBC America series, In the Flesh, soon turns into a heavy-handed allegory.Read in Source
June 07, 2013 The show quickly veers into something sweeter, sadder and more thoughtful -- a meditation on forgiveness, redemption and second chances.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
January 03, 2014 Overall, the emotional honesty of Kieran's character and his all too human craving for acceptance and happiness make In the Flesh oddly moving.Read in Source
Common Sense Media
June 07, 2013 In the Flesh makes for a compelling story with far-reaching arcs about family relationships, forgiveness, forbidden love, and bigotry.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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