"The OA" Season 2 Review: An Intriguing Has One Of Most Stunning Endings

Kanchana Ngan |Apr 03, 2019

After the gap of three years, mystery series The OA come back successfully with its second season, once again proving it's worth the public's compliments.

The OA Season 2

Producer: Brit Marling, Zal Batmanglij
Cast: Brit Marling, Jason Isaacs, Emory Cohen, Phyllis Smith, Patrick Gibson, Brendan Meyer, Brandon Perea, Ian Alexander
Rating: 4.5/5

Fans of The OA series have received special happiness these recent days thanks to the release of its Season 2 since March 22. The mystery sequel is, like the first part, full of science fiction, fantastic supernatural elements that can catch the audience's attention at every moment. Despite spending more than three days finishing it, I personally do not have any regret. It's worth every minute watching, especially thanks to the series' stunning ending which can satisfy even the most difficult watcher.

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Source: Netflix

In modern days, people are getting busier and busier. As a result, neither many are willing to use hours to watch a movie nor they appreciate that piece of filming. However, it is Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij's brilliant directorial that turns The OA into a seemingly captivating written story instead of just talks or undue attempt put on visual effects.

The OA is able to trap you in various sensation. You may find yourself standing at the food of Pearly Gates, desperately looking up the Stairway to Heaven, or anxiously chase the ambulance, or believe in whatever the characters say. Obtaining this success' not only thanks to producers' amazing job but also actors and actresses' impressive on-screen performance.

Like in Season 1, the matchy pair, Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, have an intriguing appearance which greatly contributes to the aim of delivering film's complex humanist ideas. There's also the involvement of a new character in the sequel. Despite appearing so suddenly, she manages to attract the audience with her culturally vague accent and breathtaking originality.

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A new character appears as a special contribution to the second season. (Source: Netflix)

The typical idea that Marling normally holds is also present in The OA Season 2. The prominent screenwriter desires to depict the image of another Earth where exists another version of you, perhaps the same, or even a better or worse one. She's, indeed, in love with the mystery and fiction things, such as Aladdin's alluring cave.

Watch The OA Season 2's trailer here.

Generally, Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij successfully prove that they are worth fans' three years of waiting and hours of watching the second season. The OA Season 2 is such an ambitious and attention-captivating piece of art that everyone is recommended to give a try.

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