Sense8 (2015–2018)
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I Can't Leave Her 

With Riley in the hands of Whispers, all of the Sensates' skills are needed to give them any chance of survival.

Directors:

Lana Wachowski (as The Wachowskis), Lilly Wachowski (as The Wachowskis)

Writers:

Lilly Wachowski (created by) (as The Wachowskis), Lana Wachowski (created by) (as The Wachowskis) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aml Ameen ... Capheus Onyango
Doona Bae ... Sun Bak
Jamie Clayton ... Nomi Marks
Tina Desai ... Kala Dandekar
Tuppence Middleton ... Riley Blue
Max Riemelt ... Wolfgang Bogdanow
Miguel Ángel Silvestre ... Lito Rodriguez
Brian J. Smith ... Will Gorski
Freema Agyeman ... Amanita Caplan
Terrence Mann ... Whispers
Naveen Andrews ... Jonas Maliki
Daryl Hannah ... Angelica Turing
Sylvester Groth ... Sergei Bogdanow
Bernhard Schütz ... Anton Bogdanow
Lilja Þórisdóttir Lilja Þórisdóttir ... Yrsa (as Lilja Thorisdottir)
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With Riley in the hands of Whispers, all of the Sensates' skills are needed to give them any chance of survival.

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boat | escape | gunfight | murder | sunset | See All (9) »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

This episode features the first time all eight sense8s are seen together. See more »

Goofs

During Riley's car wreck the vehicle flips several times. Yet later when she tries to get out all of the glass windows are still unbroken, including the windshield that was cracked by Magnus' head earlier. See more »

Quotes

Will Gorski: Do I know you?
Lito Rodriguez: Yeah. We had sex.
Will Gorski: Wha - Oh. Uh...
[stammers]
Will Gorski: Eh... It - That was...
Lito Rodriguez: Very special.
Will Gorski: Oh, hey... Uh...
Nomi Marks: [Pops up in between them, breaking the lingering awkwardness] We're on a clock here, fellas.
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Fjögur Píanó
Performed by Sigur Rós
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Sense8 vs Humans vs Heroes Reborn
12 October 2015 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

Because your humble reviewer likes to archive content for later viewing, I found myself watching episodes from this show, Humans, and Heroes Reborn more or less in the same time period.

And, from that perspective, it was no great leap to understand that they are all telling the same story (Mankind's terminal and persistent resistance to change) in their own unique way.

My notes may be helpful, or not:

1. All 3 shows owe a debt of gratitude to Stan Lee and the team behind X-Men, the first narrative in the modern era to seriously explore this key theme.

2. All 3 shows can be seen as aspects of the whole -- Sense8 loves its images, and can be considered the right brain or sensory aspect of the story; Heroes (the disappointing 2015 version) is entirely left-brain, all about the front-story, back-story, the narrative, the dialog, the voice-over. And Humans is the soul of the piece, even without the skills of LA FAMILLE WACHOWSKI, there are unique scenes in Humans which drill deep into your subconscious and never let go.

3. All three series are in their own way brilliant and yet seriously flawed. Humans, probably the best of the bunch, crammed so much emotion into its first season that even the fans are wondering if there is any ammunition left for another go? Sense8 falls to the sin of narcissism. It is so in love with its own images that it even repeats them episode to episode. And by e10, most loyal viewers have seen enough child-birthing to qualify for Early Admission into a Gynecology program. And Heroes "reborn" while perky and different on its own is merely a ghost, a phantasm of what the original was. (But you have to be over 20 to know that, and the demographic of the show deliberately does not aim that high.)

All great TV, but none perfect.

And thanks again, Professor X.


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