The End of the F***ing World
The series will drive you crazy. At start maybe you will feel bored but after the story will come into a track the interest will rise. The most amazing thing is it has 2 seasons containing 8 episodes in each and maximum 20 minutes of episode. So it won’t consume much of your time. Season one and two both are nice and have unique story and unpredictable. You are going to love characters.
STORY & SCREENPLAY
Season one is about the teenagers Alyssa and James run away from their house because they got tired from their family as well as from mean world. And copes were finding them not because they had run away from house but James had killed a man too. James and Alyssa are 17 old year and James call himself psychopath as he is kind of. He is quite sensitive and different from others. And on other side Alyssa is a completely rude girl who don’t give a damn about anything. They were dating each other. The twist is the end is breath taking.
Season 2 is about the person who get killed, one of his lover is now on the urge to take revenge from James and Alyssa and she want to punish them for their deeds. So now she is on their back and doing maximum attempt to attack them.
Dialogues are a lot relatable to life. Some will touch your heart some will touch your soul and some will make you happy.
Jessica Barden who played a role of Alyssa is breath taking. I really liked her acting and especially I like her more when she gets rude and mean. Alex Lawther as a James, he played an amazing role of psychopath boy who fell in love with a annoying girl and was taking his step towards his feeling and Alyssa. I really liked them both. Besides them, Naomi Ackie as a Bonnie played an amazing role of antagonist.
I really liked this series. I have learnt a lot. We should always take a step if someone is trying to assault rather than let them do. We all have hard past but we shouldn’t stop living. I knew one thing from this series is that life is unpredictable and adventurous. We should always love our parents. It is worth watching, you must give a shot to it you are going to love it damn sure.
Disclaimer: The above review solely illustrates the views of the writer.