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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Creepy Italian series is more teen drama than horror.

TV Netflix Drama 2020
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This dark series tells a chilling but fictional story about a strange death that takes place in the real-life town of Curon, Italy. The sunken bell tower and the surrounding areas create a sense of foreboding despite their beauty, making them integral to the story world. But unevenly woven throughout the tale are individual stories about family relationships, old village rivalries, and youth conflict, some of which fail to clearly come together in the end. Meanwhile, Mauro and Daria drive much of the series, but their exploits often feel disconnected from the ominous events taking place. As a result, Curon is a decent pick for anyone looking for a solid supernatural teen drama, but will leave you feeling disappointed if you want something more spine-chilling.

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