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Charlotte Vale (Bette Davis) is a mess indeed. The late in life daughter of a very upper crust Boston family, she is a neurotic, secretive, ultra-dowdy spinster who spends most of her time hiding in a her suite of rooms in the family mansion secretly making ivory carvings, smoking and reading books forbidden to her. Why? Well, she also lives under the thumb of her extremely haughty, patrician and mean-spirited mother (Gladys Cooper).

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At the heart of it all is poor Carrie. The film hinges on Sissy Spacek; she has to balance the quintessential naivety without making Carrie too silly and losing the audience. Spacek almost glides through portions of the film with a flashing steeliness whenever Carrie’s powers come to the fore. It feels like a constant fight between the two qualities, a battle between the side of Carrie that wants to be good and the vengeful side of her telekinesis that eventually wins out. Even then, her humanity is never lost amidst the monstrous. She’s still a tragic victim of bullying, just one that happens to be able to flip cars and make them explode with her mind.

Ordinary People won the Academy Award for Best Picture. The highest-grossing film of 1980 was The Empire Strikes Back .

This child, we gather, has survived in hard times. She has armored herself. She is not surprised by the worst. Her voice sounds utterly authentic; it seems beyond performance. I remember seeing the film for the first time and being blind-sided by the power of a couple of sentences she speaks near the end. The three of them are in a boat on a river. Things have not worked out well. The days of heaven are over. She says: "You could see people on the shore, but it was far off and you couldn't see what they were doing. They were probably calling for help or something--or they were trying to bury somebody or something.''

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Following the releases of shows like Club de Cuervos and Marseille , Netflix extended its slate of foreign language series produced fully in-house with the Japanese drama Hibana . Adapted from the novel by author Naoki Matayoshi, the story followed Kento Hayashi's stand-up comedian Tokunaga, who tags along with Kazuki Namioka's Kamiya in order to pick up some of the latter's expert skills in the Japanese comedic style of manzai. Released in June 2016, Hibana was well received by audiences, but nothing further came of it, although several shows that have been released since have earned Netflix's renewal graces.

Special mention goes to Brooke Theiss as Debbie, whose slimy metamorphosis into a creepy crawly is the stand out Freddy nightmare. How’s that for a wet dream?

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