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Gina Rodriguez plays ex-soldier and recovering addict Jill, a widow trying to make ends meet and show up for her kids, who live with her mother-in-law. When the event occurs, society staggers. Jill finds herself on a harrowing journey with embittered teen son Noah Lucius Hoyos and intelligent young daughter Matilda Ariana Greenblatt.
What extreme sleep deprivation does to humans makes this a diabolical snare, one of the better premises to come down the sci-fi pike in a while. Greenblatt is excellent, making us believe her Matilda could think of the things she does and feel the fear and dread she does. Pondering the end of the world? Jill makes good decisions — a major relief to those exhausted by the horrible-choices-for-plot-convenience trope.
A word to the interested: Avoid the trailer, as it contains a fair of spoilers. Not rated, contains violence, language and nudity Running time: 1 hour, 36 minutes Playing: Available June 9 on Netflix.
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