‘Don’t Look Deeper’: science fiction comes to Quibi with the ambitious series of one of the creators of ‘Lost’

'Don't Look Deeper': science fiction comes to Quibi with the ambitious series of one of the creators of 'Lost'


Charlie McDonnell and Jeffrey Lieber, one of the creators of the ‘Lost‘, have come to Quibi with the more ambitious of the platform of micro-episodes to mobile devices. ‘Don t Look Deeper‘ is a remarkable effort of science fiction environments of adolescents that can make the delight of fans of the ‘Euphoria‘ or ‘Blade Runner‘.

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Now that the war of conspiracies is in full swing on social networks, where anonymous citizens and popular characters to come unless they have finished exploiting public fears and insecurities (not concerns), showing its bizarre and grim scientific beliefs, the series of Quibi has not been able to choose a better time to reach out to our mobile devices.

Catherine Hardwicke, is responsible for initiating the success of the saga ‘Twilight’, but has proven to be a versatile filmmaker, able to offer titles such as ‘Thirteen’ or ‘lords of Dogtown’, among other titles. Hardwicke, that he tried it before with the unprecedented series adaptation of ‘Young, hidden’, is delivered to the maximum in this new story of redescubrimento, science fiction and millions coporaciones playing to be god with the knowledge of those who know how to are the most private of teens.

The story, as creepy as it is elegant, it introduces us to a high school student called Aisha, that you will be the first change that is not the typical teenager who believed herself to be. The character, a magnetic (not a joke), delivery a juicy leading role to the ascending Helena Howard, which surrounds a distribution where Don Cheadle and Emily Mortimer provide the experience. The mexican Patrick Murguia repeated the photograph with the principal, rounding out the luxurious aspect of the series most surprising of Quibi up to the moment.

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The real star of the show, with permission of Helena Howard, it is the perfect balance that ‘Don’t Look Deeper’ located between the importance of the history and the micro-episodes that make it up. Unlike many of her fellow grill, the series from Jeffrey Lieber and Charlie McDonnell benefits at the time of impact in small doses, leaving you wanting more to a viewer that is put ahead.

The internal war and external between humanity and artificial intelligence  takes place almost literally in the valley disturbing, making that sensation is almost tangible. The valley disturbing it might be, in fact, the village in which the characters live. And, speaking of characters, we have a great villain in power, although I hope that his true nemesis is not your good side. ‘Don’t Look Deeper’, at the moment, is delivering a few sensations at a speed that even ‘Westworld‘ she could afford.

Quibi has understood that to a full season of his series is more ambitious occupies the same space of time that a couple of episodes of the HBO series, and although it may seem easy to ration the material, one must know how to tell a story with beginning and end divided in 14 episodes, the longest of the platform until now. The occasion clearly warrants.


The news ‘Don’t Look Deeper’: science fiction comes to Quibi with the ambitious series of one of the creators of ‘Lost’ was originally published in Espinof by Kiko Vega .


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‘Don’t Look Deeper’: science fiction comes to Quibi with the ambitious series of one of the creators of ‘Lost’
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July 30, 2020

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