Critic Consensus: Singularly strange, Perpetual Grace, LTD boasts a brilliant cast (led by a hypnotic turn from Ben Kingsley), impressive panoramas, and no shortage of twisty delights.
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If you thought "Gandhi" was lengthy, try sitting through the setup for Ben Kingsley's latest project... The end of the first episode suggests that this could end up being a fun ride, but getting to that tease is a bit of a struggle.
This is fantastic television, reminiscent of classic noirs and the way the Coen brothers played with the genre in works like Blood Simple and Fargo.
The show would rather belong to another era, when voice-overs frowned through convoluted plotlines, dialogue was wittily artificial, seediness preferred to come in symbols, and black and white was preferable to vivid colour.
It's a fascinating journey to begin, with no sense yet of how things might resolve, if they ever do. There's no hurry to get there, though -- spending time in this strange world is full of curiosities will likely keep us perpetually sustained.
The detail in every word spoken, to the very speed the story is told, both melodic and methodical, all give such an intimate view of its characters, all having lost something and wanting to gain some semblance of redemption back for past misdeeds.
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