Social Isolation Review: “Russian Doll”
What would you do if you had to relive the same night, over and over again, dying in a new way each time? Oh, and what if that day is your 36th birthday?
That is where Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) finds herself. This existentially dark, “Groundhog’s Day”-esque show takes us down a path of self-discovery, alternate timelines, and redemption. I won’t give too much away. “Russian Doll” is a particularly special show, and to ruin the magic of a first time watch would be criminal. So, you’re just going to have to trust me that it is worth going down the rabbit hole for this one.
“Russian Doll” hinges upon Lyonne’s performance. She does not disappoint. Continue reading Social Isolation Review: “Russian Doll”