Parents' Guide to

Gomorrah

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

Routine gangster drama has gun violence, sex, drugs.

TV Max Drama 2014
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Gangster films and series tend to be about family, loyalty, and ethics, even if they focus on crime and violence. Gomorrah is no exception, but it is almost relentlessly plot-driven, a whirlwind of escalating violence, suspicion, and retribution. The series is reasonably good at giving its audience the instant gratification of watching warring families, shocking deaths, and stunning betrayals. In the rush to action, the show mostly leaves out the struggles with familial bonds and moral questions that elevate other crime stories, making it hard to find anyone to truly root for among the turmoil.

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