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“These violent delights have violent ends.” Yes, android farm girl Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) is quoting Shakespeare again, disturbingly and also, we can’t help feeling, prophetically.
She’s one seductive thread in HBO’s drama about a hi-tech western theme park, but there are dozens more. The structure is all over the place – a dab of new character here, a snippet of plot there – but boy is it atmospheric, with a sense I remember from the early stages of Lost that there are many dark layers of meaning and intrigue to be uncovered.
Ed Harris’s black-hat gunslinger certainly hopes so – he’s looking for “the deepest level of this game”. Meanwhile, that saloon pianola plays Radiohead.
Two new guests take a trip to
and explore the possibilities offered to them, while a popular host faces being decommissioned after showing abnormalities.
Cast & Crew
Man in black
Dr Robert Ford
Evan Rachel Wood
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