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Prime Video ‘Expats’ Episode 6 Review - Can We Find Our Answers?

Margaret and her family are all set to migrate to the States. Hilary visits her aligning father in Los Angeles. Mercy opens up about her child to Charly.

Neerja Choudhuri - Fri, 23 Feb 2024 05:16:21 +0000 814 Views
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Drums roll because here comes the much-awaited final episode of Expats. So here's what happens: Margaret and her family pack and are all set to leave for the USA in the hope of a better life for her and Clark's children Daisy and Philip. However, deep down we can see Margaret with a guilt, a guilt of abandoning Guss in this big unknown City. Clark can see through Maragaret’s dilemma. Do they leave for the States? Are they really abandoning Guess? We too, just like Maragaret are still in the hope of finding answers to our questions.


In the final episode, Hilary's tumultuous childhood unfolds, marked by hardship and estrangement from her father. Despite her resentment, she embarks on a journey to Los Angeles to visit her ailing father. However, upon encountering him, a flood of pent-up anger and frustration resurfaces. Will Hilary find it in herself to forgive him, despite the scars of the past? The episode delves into the complexities of family dynamics and the enduring impact of childhood trauma. Hilary's internal conflict mirrors the universal struggle to reconcile with painful memories and mend fractured relationships. As she grapples with forgiveness, the narrative explores themes of healing and redemption, inviting viewers to reflect on their own experiences of forgiveness and reconciliation within the context of familial bonds.


Mercy has come to a realization that she messed up her own life. She is now pregnant with David’s baby at a young age. While David is willing to offer her all the support, she is unsure what she will do now.  She is also guilt-ridden about the lives that are disrupted by her doings. Her mother pays her a visit and is surprised to find out about her pregnancy. Will her pregnancy and relationship have any impact on her relationship with Charly? Will Charly accept this child? Will Mercy raise this child alone? 


In the final episode, as we seek answers raised since the first, we're ensnared in the characters' tumultuous lives, mirroring their journey. Amidst twists and turns, their complexities unravel, revealing the challenges they face. Their lives, much like ours, are far from easy to navigate.


Throughout the show, Director Lulu Wang has masterfully maintained our engagement with a fast-paced, gripping plot. Beyond Guss’s disappearance, she intricately delves into the lives of the lead and supporting cast. Margaret and Clark grapple with the aftermath of their child's disappearance, offering a poignant portrayal of parental anguish. Hilary's journey navigating the pressures of childbearing and her troubled past adds depth to the narrative. Additionally, Mercy, despite being half their age, faces the weight of responsibility for losing someone else's child, shedding light on the complexities of guilt and accountability. Wang's storytelling captivates audiences by intertwining these compelling character arcs seamlessly.


Final Score - [8/10]

 

 

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