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By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Bingeable, intense thriller makes point about surveillance.

TV Apple TV+ Drama 2022
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Dark, driving, and addictive, this thriller casts a keen eye on modern-day surveillance and social media. Based on an Israeli series called False Flag, there's a terrifying message behind the premise of Suspicion. It asks viewers if they value sharing and consuming media more than they value privacy, and ultimately, personal freedom.

But forget about that dark core for a second, and get wrapped up in the mystery of the abduction. Who dunnit? Who's the mastermind behind it all? The slightly sketchy Oxford don? The shifty-eyed bride-to-be? The computer programmer who's trying to get out from under his father-in-law's carpet empire? Or the intense guy on the plane? Noah Emmerich's bright-eyed FBI agent reminds us that Americans can act, even among a fine cast of Brits. Adults and teens who like a thriller can enjoy bingeing on this one over a long weekend.

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