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Russian Doll - Season 1

This story tells about a young woman in New York who may be going through strange situations, where the woman is caught in a mysterious loop and repeatedly attending the same party and dying at the end of the night. But comically, that woman wakes up the next day unharmed, where it can be very strange in her life as she tries to escape again.
Duration: 30 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2019
IMDb: 8
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  • Russian Doll S01E01
    Available from: 01-02-2019
  • Russian Doll S01E02
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  • Russian Doll S01E03
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  • Russian Doll S01E06
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  • Russian Doll S01E07
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  • Russian Doll S01E08
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Critics Of "Russian Doll - Season 1"
Uproxx
January 31, 2019 One thing is certain - this is the overdue showcase for Lyonne that anyone who digs her and is familiar with her troubled personal history hoped for but never saw coming.
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The Mary Sue
January 31, 2019 The show manages to have heart, be clever, and be something completely original in 2019-definitely worth the watch.
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Sydney Morning Herald
January 31, 2019 As terrific as the story and performances are, perhaps the most remarkable thing about Russian Doll is the amazing balance of tone, in which humour, horror, love and inky emotional blackness supply each other with revolving counterweights.
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Slate
January 31, 2019 It spanks the whole bunch of "prestigious" puzzle TV shows, by never letting the puzzle swamp its characters or their psychologies.
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Paste Magazine
January 31, 2019 The construction of Russian Doll isn't always perfect, but as one of the themes of the series is the fallibility of the human psyche, those imperfections end up working, in a kind of scrappy way, in the show's favor.
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The Atlantic
January 31, 2019 As the series proceeds, it gets more ambitious and more complicated in a way that's gratifying to watch. It's still anchored, though, by its sense of place and time, and by the infinite possibilities that a night walking around New York City presents.
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News.com.au
January 31, 2019 We may only be 32 days into the new year but Natasha Lyonne has gifted us one of the most compelling, clever and satisfying TV shows of 2019.
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Boston Globe
January 31, 2019 The show is a great celebration of complexity, of choosing life, and of self-awareness.
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CBR
January 31, 2019 The kind of smart, consistently entertaining gem that deserves not to get lost in the weekly deluge of Netflix original programming.
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idobi.com
January 31, 2019 Russian Doll takes a trope we know and expands it with character, depravity, and flat-out good writing. There's also the mystery of: Is Nadia alive or has she become Schrödinger's It-Girl?
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IMDb: 7
2017
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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