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A perfect world eaten away by worms (Big Little Lies) serie

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On one of the best-selling novels by Australian writer (Leanne Moriatti) (Big Small Lies), writer and producer (David Kelly) cited the events of his new series and was given the task to direct the Canadian director (Jane Valley Mark), who is a great director of excellent films such as (Crazy) (Brie) and (Dallas Buyers Club) and others. The “Big Little Lies” series was a huge hit with audiences and was met with great critical acclaim and won eight awards. And one of the reasons for the success of this series is that it has been adapted properly and not in a commercial form that tries to increase the number of episodes at the expense of the pace of events.
It is therefore a short series of only seven episodes, with no dull moment. This dramatic work tells the story of three mothers in a small town at a defining moment in their lives and through quick snapshots we get to know the three main action characters, (Madeleine) (Celeste) (Jane). Three mothers drive their children to school by car, and it is discovered early on that a terrible murder has taken place during the school ceremony, which is the latest outcome that events will end with. But before that, there was an incident of bullying on the first day of school Umbella was exposed to. And you quickly understand that there are two fronts in the world of the series, the Three Mothers front in front of the other front represented by (Renata), and despite this tension in the relationship, everyone’s life seems very perfect. The events are set in a small town and most of the characters are from the upper class, happy marriages and healthy relationships and very high quality schooling and everything is subject to the best standards so that the heroes’ homes are primarily located on the ocean. But as soon as the events unfold, the lie of it all is revealed. (Madeline) trying to occupy her free time in endless fights. She has three men in her life, her ex-husband who is hostile to her and always compares what he does with his new wife and what he did with her during their previous marriage. No matter how much her ex-husband tries to explain to her that he has become mature after fifteen years of their separation, that he is not the same person anymore and that it is his right to be a better person with his new wife, Madeleine takes the case against her personally. And there is her current husband, who has all the respect for him, but with feelings that are not warm and he is aware, but he loves her despite that. There is a lover who understands her well but who does not allow himself to continue with him. She also has fights with three women with Renata, who abused her friend’s son, and with Bonnie, her ex-husband’s wife, who stole her eldest daughter from her and with her eldest daughter who was out of her world. . And in the midst of all these battles, Madeleine leads the war against the mayor of the city who banned a play at school for her children whom she supervises. Somehow, Madeleine has declared war on everyone relentlessly, just to defend her world which is falling apart and knows no way to fix it. The couple’s mother, Celeste and Brie Vimran, have a very complicated marital relationship. After the first deceptive scenes that show the extent of the homogeneity, idealism and happiness that the couple experience with their twins, we are surprised that Celeste is nothing but a victim of domestic violence. Her husband Berry isolated his wife from her safe environment away from her hometown, family and friends, and forced her to abandon her career as an excellent lawyer and devote herself entirely to him. and children. On the other hand, Celeste falls into this trap and lives in total denial of all the violence to which she is exposed. She is beautiful, intelligent, educated and rich, and she does not want to destroy this bright image of herself in front of others, and she practices this denial not only with silence but with counter-violence whenever she does. is capable. But with the increase in savage violence, she was no longer able to cope with him, especially when he carried her and threw her away, which caused her numerous bruises and bruises, and despite all of that faced Celeste refuses advice to the marriage relations counselor, saying that she is not the victim and will not be her, which puts her in difficulty. You cannot escape it. Not far from domestic violence, the third mother, Jane, is the single mother of a single child with autism from an illegal and violent relationship at the same time. As a result, she was forced to voluntarily leave her original home so that her son would not be subjected to stigmatization.


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