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You Don’t Know Me

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Skillful crime novel adaptation has violence, sex, cursing.

TV Netflix Drama 2022
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The well-written, skillfully told four-part crime series offers an engaging narrative that never quite ends. As Hero's story unfolds, and details are introduced through his flashbacks, viewers learn the truth behind some key events. However, this information purposely creates more questions than answers. Meanwhile, viewers will find themselves negotiating their feelings about Hero's innocence or guilt, especially since his story is as much about love as murder. It's hard not to get caught up in this intense story world, which is what makes You Don't Know Me an entertaining series.

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