This was both crushing and transformative. A true character journey and not the one I expected to take. Elia Kazan never fails to impress me but this one really exceeded expectations and provided an experience completely outside of what I thought this would be like. One I won't forget anytime soon and definitely expect to revisit often.
This was three episodes stretched into seven, ending just as they actually progress the story and make it interesting. Gaslighting and sending stories in circles doesn't make you creative. Waste of a lot of good talent but what everyone was given they did excellent jobs. You can literally watch the first and last episode and you will have missed nothing of value.