currently trying to finish the second half of 50 movies i’ve started
This was beautifully made, as is everything in the Euphoria world, but the dialogue and how Jules describes friendship dynamics with girls - it’s too real. Truly covering the nuance and depth of female friendships (or lack thereof) that most media only skims the surface of.
To preface this I'm going to say that I've only watched the first two episodes, my review will be based on those solely. Generation is a flat and caricature version of everything Euphoria was and was able to achieve. The lighting, the sets, the fleshed out nature of each character - if you're looking for that in a TV show this is not where you're going to find it. Generation falls flat in many respects, but the most prominent one…