The Act - Season 1
These horrific events tell of a story that looks very strange and tells about the Roma girl Blanchard, who is trying to face the challenge in front of her mother. Blanchard is a girl trying to escape the poisonous relationship she has with her mother that seems to be a bad relationship along the way. Perhaps it is very bad when Blanchard sees that her mother is that excessively abusive woman.
Actors Of "The Act - Season 1"
Critics Of "The Act - Season 1"
New York Magazine/Vulture
March 20, 2019 In large part, the success of The Act so far comes down to one person: Joey King.Read in Source
March 20, 2019 Arquette's performance is one for the mother-as-monster chronicles.Read in Source
March 20, 2019 The Act remains oddly fascinating, perhaps especially so as the strange, sad relationship between the needy Gypsy and disturbed Nick (Calum Worthy) develops.Read in Source
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March 18, 2019 It's as weird as any David Lynch drama, only true, and Arquette disappears into her role with absolute conviction.Read in Source
March 19, 2019 I don't know quite how to feel about The Act, about the discomfort of seeing childhood abuse dressed up on screen, even if I know it's not for gawking, even if I recognize the pull the Blanchard story has on me anyway. Perhaps that is the point.Read in Source
March 19, 2019 The series is so cleverly layered and edited that there are a few moments when one could be tempted to feel sorry for this terrible mother.Read in Source
March 19, 2019 A reminder that even when you think you know a great deal about true story, there can be value in retelling it.Read in Source
March 19, 2019 The show captures the level of fascination that was present in the Buzzfeed article... It serves as a great piece of additional insight into the events that transpired.Read in Source
March 19, 2019 Even with some lags in pacing, each time I thought the story was running out of juice, it found a different gear and a different genre, all anchored by King and Arquette.Read in Source
March 20, 2019 The scripts by Dean and Antosca and the performances by the two leads do a fine job exploring the murky power dynamic between mother and child... Both actors are terrific, but King is more likely the one people will be talking about after.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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