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The young actors have done a decent job in terms of keeping the suspense intact from get-go.
The series evolves at a snail's pace, almost putting viewers to sleep. This could have been better as a movie instead of a series.
At 125 minutes, this Netflix original, based on outdated ideas while professing to be “modern,” ends up feeling tiresome and uninspired.