Friday October 30, 2020

Streaming Services Selection

29th October, 2017

This Swedish import (in Swedish, with English subtitles) is an ensemble dram-edy about ‘blended’ families – step-siblings, exes, exes in-law – and the particular strife that comes with those frequently complicated relationships. It’s not a vicious show, though; think Parenthood, but less neurotic. Stream it on Netflix.

Director Gillian Robespierre’s follow-up to her bittersweet comedy Obvious Child follows a New York City family’s messy relationships – with one another, and with...

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