TV review by Marina Gordon, Common Sense Media
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age 17+

Booze, drugs, and sex fuel London-set banker drama.

HBO Drama 2020

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Captivating acting by main character, progressive ethics

The main character's story is a much needed start to honest storytelling and comprehensive exploration of existentialist questions that young minority women experience in positions of power. The main actress is extraordinarily honest as she displays her own style of acting relating to her experience as a minority woman in real life, rather than conforming to popular acting styles and euro-centric aesthetics. Not suitable for impressionable children under 18 in my opinion, but a much-needed opening into an honest and fair way of portraying female minorities.

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