Layered akin to our everyday experiences, The Killing presents itself less as mimicry than conventional criminal investigation prime times broadcast on television. Loveliest of all being its developed characters who are flawed and thus far more accurate in terms of human than exhaustive stereotypical formulaic personalities often seen. Most plot twists I was capable of uncovering well in advance, writers adequately are continuing an attractive molt.

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