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Alias Grace doesn’t strike the zeitgeist in the way The Handmaid’s Tale did; this is historical fiction rather than a dystopian alternative future.
Alias Grace is a remarkably complex portrayal of a young servant girl…
Gabon is superb as a woman whose meekness seems to contain rolling oceans of emotions. The deeper you get into the series, the more her performance seems almost hypnotic.
The most remarkable thing about Alias Grace may not even be its content, though that’s quite extraordinary, but that it’s the second time in six months that Canadian author Margaret Atwood … has had one of her books adapted into a miniseries.
Sarah Gadon’s exhilarating performance inhabits and subverts all the extreme adjectives thrown Grace’s way, leaving you with a memorable character whose lingering unknowability is her greatest strength.
The story comes to the viewer in complex chunks and unsettling layers… Innocent or guilty? There’s much more to it than that.