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We Are Who We Are - Season 1

Two American teenagers come of age while living on an American military base in Italy.
Duration: 60 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2020
IMDb: 7.2
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  • We Are Who We Are S01E08
    Available from: 02-11-2020
  • We Are Who We Are S01E07
    Available from: 26-10-2020
  • We Are Who We Are S01E06
    Available from: 19-10-2020
  • We Are Who We Are S01E05
    Available from: 12-10-2020
  • We Are Who We Are S01E04
    Available from: 05-10-2020
  • We Are Who We Are S01E03
    Available from: 28-09-2020
  • We Are Who We Are S01E02
    Available from: 21-09-2020
  • We Are Who We Are S01E01
    Available from: 14-09-2020
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Critics Of "We Are Who We Are - Season 1"
TV Line
September 17, 2020 The more time you spend with angsty teens Fraser and Caitlin, the more their explorations of love and identity will make your heart ache. If you're a fan of Guadagnino's past work, it's worth going with the auteur on his latest trip to Italy.
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Observer (UK)
December 14, 2020 It's gorgeous in many ways, infuriating in more, chiefly how sunnily slow it is. Yes, it's lovely. Yes, people should have the right to love who they will. Now get on with it.
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Metro Weekly (Washington, DC)
September 22, 2020 Luca Guadagnino's queer-themed We Are Who We Are offers elegant storytelling and tart, unforced humor.
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NPR
September 14, 2020 Nothing about these characters seems fixed and resolved, which is why We Are Who We Are feels like such a startlingly truthful depiction of adolescence, in all its confusing, and often thrilling, fluidity.
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Independent (UK)
November 23, 2020 It takes a daring director to ask us to not just sympathise but empathise with a boy like Fraser. And Guadagnino is certainly that.
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Times (UK)
December 01, 2020 If Normal People reminded older viewers of their own first love, We Are Who We Are might remind them of their own sexual awakening. But then, was it anything as languid and magic-realist as this? Unlikely.
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Pop Culture Maniacs
November 04, 2020 We Are Who We Are is a gorgeous and achingly compassionate look at the struggles of finding yourself.
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RogerEbert.com
September 14, 2020 A glorious feast for the senses and a tonic for the soul that aims to keep viewers warm as we plunge into an uncertain fall.
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indieWire
September 14, 2020 It's an impossibly grand and intimate ending, one well-suited for the eight-episode story we just saw, though whether it's the absolute ending of "We Are Who We Are" remains up in the air.
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BBC.com
February 08, 2021 The first episode is very different to the second one, which is very different to the third and fourth. Everything you think you've settled on about the character's story it drags you in a different direction.
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Caimán Cuadernos de Cine
September 25, 2020 We Are Who We Are is, possibly, the author's artistic peak. [Full review in Spanish]
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The Nation
February 09, 2021 We Are Who We Are is a meditation on youth, less as a time in one's life than as a mindset one inhabits-the capacity to be brave, careless, and skeptical in ways that often go wrong...
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