Crimson staff writer
Mikel J. Davies
In DeLillo’s story, there is but a single moment of realism slipping through the cracks of catastrophe. While our main characters fumble for purpose in a dark world, a lone woman still goes out for her run.
With a feel more like a soap opera episode or a TV sitcom, “Do No Harm” doesn’t seem to do a whole lot of anything. The audience gets to meet a few new characters and see a couple new places, but by and large, it’s nothing special.
This week’s installment of “The Undoing,” titled “The Missing,” takes a sharp turn from the pleasant and cozy life of the Fraser family, quickly turning into an hour of suspense and tension.
A missing spouse, the hush-hush death, and a mystery surrounding Grace’s well-to-do father sets up this series to stay intriguing and interesting throughout its run.
Through immaculate descriptions of the Irish countryside, French captivates the reader and pulls them into the tumultuous and exciting world of rural Ireland.
Even after almost a decade of waiting, the show maintains its style, delivers on its story, and gives fans what they want: in-depth chronicles of the struggles during the Clone Wars Era.