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Apple TV+ ‘Silo’ Episode 6 Review - It’s All a Game

The sixth episode follows Jules as she delves into the origins of a mysterious relic, unearths unsettling truths about her lover, and uncovers a hidden book that holds the key to a forgotten world outside the silo.

Anjali Sharma - Fri, 02 Jun 2023 03:17:12 +0100 5302 Views
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Warning: Spoilers for Silo Episode 6


As episode 6 of Silo, titled ‘The Relic’’ unfolds, we are swept into Jules' relentless pursuit of truth. We witness the enigma of a relic, a little duck, mysteriously appearing in Trumbell’s apartment when it used to be in Jules' possession. Through masterful storytelling, we are transported back in time, reliving precious moments between Jules and George, her enigmatic lover. Their love ignites a flame within Jules, prompting her to question the oppressive nature of the silo's government and the secrecy surrounding their shared history.


Present-day Jules is informed by Paul that she needs to meet Judge Meadows to advance the relic investigation. Jules tries to persuade Meadows to initiate an inquiry into the relic, hoping to unravel the mystery behind Trumbell. Initially opposed, Sims eventually agrees to the investigation but insists that Paul accompanies Jules. However, Jules, suspicious of Paul, refrains from sharing crucial information with him.


In a tantalizing turn, Jules crosses paths with Regina Jackson, the ex-girlfriend of George, whom Jules had no idea about. Regina's presence embodies a discordant harmony, revealing a side of George that Jules had not anticipated. His obsession with relics overshadowed their relationship, leaving Regina yearning for a connection that never fully bloomed. Through Regina's words, we glimpse a deeper truth about George's character, artfully depicted without relying on explicit judgment.


Later, Sims accuses Jules of planting George's illegal duck toy in Trumbell's apartment. However, Bernard intervenes and redirects the accusation towards Sims, suggesting that Trumbell may have taken the relic when Judicial's men searched George's apartment. Bernard resolves the situation, creating a moment of relief for Jules.


A pivotal conversation between Jules and Paul unveils hidden truths, revealing the complex layers beneath their partnership. Jules, driven by a relentless determination, admits to planting the relic, unveiling a darker side to her character. Simultaneously, Paul confesses his possession of the Syndrome, a betrayal of the Pact that binds them. The raw emotion that permeates this exchange sends shivers down our spines, casting doubt on the foundations of trust.


Yet amidst the turmoil, glimmers of hope emerge. Paul's interactions with his family showcase a genuine desire to earn Jules' trust, as his devotion to them reflects the core of his character. The delicate dance of trust and vulnerability casts an ethereal light on their relationship, leaving us yearning for more.


Jules confronts Regina, accusing her of betraying George to Judicial. However, Regina clarifies that she didn't disclose George's information to the Judicial but to a man who threatened her friends and family. Suspicion falls on Sims as the potential culprit, although it remains uncertain.


Regina's act of understanding and solidarity culminates in a breathtaking moment as she bestows upon Jules a hidden treasure—a book chronicling the forgotten world beyond the silo. The pages unfold, a symphony of imagery, revealing a tantalizing glimpse of a world forbidden and unknown. Our hearts race, echoing Jules' awe and the profound implications of this forbidden knowledge.


The episode concludes with a revealing scene, unveiling a room full of screens observed by two individuals. These screens function as cameras, observing the people of the silo, resembling an experiment. The watchers express concern over Jules' discovery of the book, hinting at a deeper conspiracy.


'The Relic' presents a mixed tapestry of emotions within the overall episode of 'Silo.' While the deliberate pacing may test some viewers' patience, the episode's introspective moments and poignant conversations offer captivating insights. Concerns arise that the series may rush its remaining episodes, compromising the balance between action and revelation.


However, standout moments of reevaluating motivations and character revelations inject renewed urgency. The mesmerizing musical score enhances the suspense and unveils the hidden beauty beyond the silo's confines. Although 'The Relic' falls short of fulfilling all expectations, it leaves us hungry for the impending climax where the true essence of 'Silo' will be unveiled.


Final Score- [7.5/10]
Premiere Date: June 02, 2023, on Apple TV+

 

 

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