From Robert Cushman of the National Post:
- Zone of Separation is all soaped up with nowhere to go
“For the third time in recent months, a character in a TV action drama finds himself – or in this case, herself – standing petrified atop an unexploded bomb. This scenario should be more gripping in Z0S: Zone of Separation, which is set against a real and recent conflict, than it was amid the fantasy heroics of Prison Break or 24. But in fact it’s less, precisely because the stakes and therefore the expectations are higher and they have not been met.” Read more.
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