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“Bloodline” and the diamond lost at sea

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Bloodline is multifaceted, like a diamond that needs to be uncovered and deciphered with each episode. Review: https://leipglo.com
Rocks. Public domain photo.

Add a drug and human trafficking ring to the mix, and you’ve got quite an interesting little beach.

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Eliakim Araújo 1941-2016

in Culture / Entertainment/TV
Leila Cordeiro e Eliakim Araújo on Conexão América

Were it not for this legacy and love, you probably would not be reading this.

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Dealing with grief on the screen

in Movies/Reviews/TV

Small-time mafia, gentrification of the Bronx, drugs, secret love, bullying, racism, good food and wine, this show has many things to quench the viewer’s thirst for more.

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A darker shade of “Orange”

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Personal musings and tease for Orange is the New Black Season 4. https://leipglo.com
Orange is the New Black gets darker in Season 4. Public Domain photo, Pixabay.

Shit’s getting dark in Season 4 of Netflix series “Orange is the New Black.” Get an inciting but not-too-revealing look right here.

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“Love” according to Judd Apatow

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Now, Apatow presents Love to Netflix audiences. At first, I refused to watch it precisely because of the title. The theme is trite, to say the least. But I should've known better. As I'd come to find out, Love offers a more realistic portrayal of love than pretty much any romantic comedy I've seen before, on the big or small screen. Apatow, the series's writer and producer, has outdone himself. https://leipglo.com
Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust star in the Netflix series "Love." Image from http://screencrush.com/netflix-judd-apatow-love-photos-teaser-premiere/

The final season is now out on Netflix!

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