I had started using Netflix as a sleeping pill, I was randomly watching a title and within minutes Nea Ene was crawling on my lashes!
Last night I came across ClickBait and I couldn't fall asleep until the penultimate episode, and in the morning, over coffee I also finished the eighth and final episode of this mini-series.
I don't want to make you a spoiler now, because it would spoil all the charm of watching, but I can tell you that Zoe Swicord Kazan played remarkably, and the role of the caring sister highlighted that "Je ne sais quoi" that makes her attractive.
The film itself is very well constructed. There is a balance between suspenseful moments and more romantic scenes. The action has a sustained rhythm that keeps you captive without bothering you.
The mystery of this detective mini-series is hard to unravel, and in the end you have the impression that they have made an analysis so that the killer is the one with the least chance of being suspected by the public!
The best part of this film is that it raises the alarm about how seemingly innocent actions online can have an impact on real life dramatically!
I'm going to let you watch the official trailer of this little series and I'm waiting for your opinions after you've watched it!