Warrior Nun, it is a series Netflix that dépote especially these last few days. But is it worth the money to see 10 episodes ? It tells you everything !
Attention, the following article contains (slight) spoilers about the series with Netflix, ” Warrior Nun “. If you have not seen it yet, we advise that you move on your way.
On July 2, Warrior Nun has landed on Netflix. An adaptation of the comic book Warrior Nun Areala, Ben Dunn. As a surprise to those who have not had the eye on the new Netflix, as its promotion would have been slight. In this series, it follows the story of Ava Silva (played by the excellent Alba Baptista), a young orphan quadriplegic who dies mysteriously. But his body finally returns to life, thanks to the Halo, a strange artifact in the hands of a group of nuns, warriors, the Order of the Sword Cross. Before the flare, it comes back to life, can walk and acquires even supernatural powers. But it can also be found diving into conspiracies…
Warrior Nun, a series of seductive
Good news for those who have read the comics Warrior Nun, the story is significantly different. On the other hand, to the regret of some fans, the dimension sexy is not at the rendezvous. Interrogated by Contrast, the director explained that she did not want to deliver a message that is sexist.
We are aware that there is a paradox in the comics. This is heroines, bad-ass, powerful, and independent, but at the same time they are sexualized as we do more in 2020. This misogyny-there was no place in a narrative that is feminist.
Once these elements are set aside, what should we think of the story and the series Warrior Nun ? Quite successful visually, it occasionally suffers from a light narrative. The fact that the story is told by the young woman, who indulges sometimes interior monologues can be confusing. The fact that she is a paralyzed again able to walk, supposed to embody a kind of backdrop is also very quickly evacuated. The bad boy totally superficial and very predictable story disappears (thankfully) very quickly.
Fortunately, the rest of the cast is rather well found, even if the characters are sometimes too predictable. Moreover, it is the main reproach one can make to this series, as the storyline is sometimes predictable, especially for (multi -) betrayals. We appreciate, however, particularly the end of the series, which plant perfectly the scenario for a sequel and does more than keep our attention. But suffice to say that we hope that the following will go a little faster, as the pace of this season 1 is sometimes too cushy. Sometimes you hear almost the flies in this convent,…
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