“Tell Me Your Secrets” review: Lily Rabe’s talent is in vain on Amazon crime drama”
Founder Harriet Warner inserts too many plots – many of which remain unanswered – in the hopes of a 2nd season that will never come.
There’s a moment in the middle of Amazon Prime Video’s new “Tell Me Your Secrets” crime drama, where the two characters scream on their phones. That’s how you feel during the 10 episodes of the show. There is very little you can see that shows that he is just screaming and crying. Oddly enough, this series will explode with stories, all of which, on our own, could lead to a better series than the equivalent goulash we delivered.
Karen Miller (Lily Rabe), the main character in connection with the murder of nine women who were arrested along with the boy Kit (Xavier Samuel). Miller was believed to be an accomplice to the crime – and therefore said he explained his imprisonment – but said he had no recollection of what had happened. Mary Barlow (Amy Breinman), who believes her daughter ran away from the couple, thinks the opposite, but has never been able to get Karen to confess.
When Karen was given the opportunity to start as part of the Witness Protection Program, she took it, gave her a new name, Emma Hall, and lived in the southern town of St. Louis. Louis. James. But then a girl named Jess (Emyri Crutchfield) who is played by Emma disappears Karen / Emma without starting to focus on a new mystery that reveals the secrets of the past.
“Tell Me Your Secrets” has an interesting history; another sale of TNT in 2017 in hopes of rolling out the online platform. The film premiered in 2018 just to get TNT in the business. The system remained in place until 2020 when Amazon released it for release in 2021. It is unclear why TNT decided to abandon the system, or if they saw any vision in the oil industry. age.
In other words, Lily Rabe as Karen / Emma is awesome. Rabe, the star-turning star – and Ryan Murphy’s work, for example – went on to show why he used magnetism and involvement. Karen is confused by the process of questioning whether we are treating their girlfriends too badly. Is Karen right in claiming that she did not know about the murders? Is he lying? Should academics agree with women whose experiences are wrong? Considering the many allegations leveled against gay men in Hollywood, and the media’s attitude towards counting their ex-boyfriends and wives, this promises as a story.
Another idea that works on paper but does not bear fruit and the story is over is that of Mary Barlow and her desire for justice for her daughter. Mary was the first one we saw, upset Karen about her “man” taking her son. Before character became a rampaging angel of death, Brenneman dared to act on a reality we had rarely seen before; she is a mother who refuses to grieve or be happy in the sense that her daughter has died, the difference of the essay is how to give money to the mother “on this mission trip”.
Mary and her son, Jake (Elliot Fletcher) oversee the charity in the name of daughter Theresa, part of Mary’s desire to keep her daughter alive through the media. Mary reacted angrily when another mother, whose daughter died, was thus “a sovereign” to be interviewed. There is also more about how white people and their mothers are taller than people of color. Turning and reversing the way the system uses black characters – such as those related to whites to retaliate or fix it to avoid questions about a white southern state – provides no alternative.
Of course, Brenneman does a fantastic job, but he is often Machiavellian ingenuity and ingenuity. In her foolishness to come to the truth Mary did a terrible thing; they have an overwhelming sense of disbelief. On top of that, Mary started dating a man named John Tyler (Hamish Linklater), a rapist who says he has blocked her request and wants to pay her mp mp where Karen bi. Linklater, which uses its credit, is unparalleled. His practice, had no effect on other onscreen killers, but he was happy with it. Different ways to visit his sister who is different helped him show that the man does not want to commit his crime immediately and break up his relationship. But the plan becomes a movie like a week to fix everything in front of it.
But these are the main points. Creator Harriet Warner has many things, many of which are unanswered, undoubtedly made for season 2 which may or may not come. Emma’s curiosity to find out why Jess leads her to an egg-laying group of girls has been in trouble for a while. (Hey, I’ve d at least it gives us an excuse to see Richard Thomas dressed up as Isaac and the “Wicker Man” take care of some of the “Wicker Man” -esque parade.) Emma also asked mgany about, played by Enrique Murciano, who had sex with a girl in his early twenties and lived in Jess’s house.
“Why am I so popular with Karen?” ended up being a tough question of “Tell me your secret,” if you say “” Girl Says “Regina George sounds, that’s exactly how a tiger ywa aoroa. in Karen’s life changed their friendship immediately at 11, eating it completely.Mary had a good reason, and even Murciano’s character was Pete.but broke his nose and sent his heart the next second feeling, it seemed like halfway down .