Imagine having to sit on a plush sofa set, sipping your margarita, with the AC perpetually on, trying to piece together a new event you can call a ‘struggle’.
The Netflix series won the Best Drama Series category at the International Emmy Awards 2020. Though this should be an occasion to celebrate, it is probably also an opportune moment …
Why the show leaves me craving a large plate of chips, all golden, perfectly crunchy, not too hard and not too soft, with a heavy sprinkle of salt.
Season 4 portrays the world in the 80s in a state of flux, with women as the driving forces behind these changes, especially in the UK.
The seven-part series released by Netflix in October is a masterclass in making inclusive cinema.
Despite recent social movements that have garnered greater inclusivity in the arts, disabled actors are still waiting for their moment in the spotlight.
In the series, we get a glimpse of why men act the way they do.