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A belated look at Maisie Williams's second turn of the season, featuring gratuitous Rufus Hound Fu.

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2 Responses to 2MTL 395: "The Woman Who Lived" Reviewed

  1. tardisbob says:

    A super review because it would have been so easy to be scathing about this. I was initially so crestfallen after the consistently good start to this run that I've been needing some encouragement to go back and give this one another chance. What I'm expecting to discover is that I didn't miss Clara too much, that Peter and Maisie mostly got the rhythms right, the direction worked except for the hanging scene and that the contemplations and interchanges on mortality might have been pared back a fraction to leave more space for story development. Getting to grips "the Hound" and "the Lion" may though involve a suspension of disbelief that only an immortal could muster.

  2. tardisbob says:

    Back from a repeat viewing. Yes, so much more enjoyable the second time. Even The Hound and The Lion seem to have lost their "fleas".

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