"Emily in Paris" series has its own ways of driving us crazy. When the first season of the Netflix series was nominated for a Golden Globe and Emmy Award for Best Comedy Series, there were complaints, and the series prompted The New Yorker to coin the term: "all-inclusive television content," which it describes as the product of the ruined contemporary city.
True: Emily's Paris's nomination for one of the best TV series seems a bit exaggerated, but while the second season of the series recently aired on December 22nd, It is referred to as one of the pioneers of any contemporary movement and less commonly referred to as a devastating work of the city. Television, which is present to be seen in a comprehensive way and not to occupy one's mind deeply, is something that has been with us since this medium came into being. In fact, television dramas have recently become an accepted work of art, and so is the second season of the series, with "Emily in Paris" offering more than usual and what television can do well. A fascinating and enticing entertainment, spectacular with a bit of inconsistency and difference, in a very fun atmosphere to watch. It's not all good, but it's a good TV product.
Emily Cooper, played by Lily Collins, is something of an encrypted message. He wants to be in Paris, because his eyes are on love and he is looking for new experiences, but on the other hand, he does not seem to have much will in the events around him, and he is slipping from one accident to another. his successes and achievements at work in the luxury product marketing company are benevolent, windy and, if we want to be completely realistic, often seen as completely coincidental. When he goes wrong, no one is angry with him for a long time, and when he succeeds, he soon forgets and his co-workers go about their other business.
All of this causes this to happen. The series should not be too thought-provoking or full of clutter, and should rely more on the enchantment of its atmosphere and the old storyline of the clash of cultures. In fact, by portraying an American who is happy and self-confident and treats arrogant, arrogant, arrogant Europeans, Emily can sometimes present herself as a feminine Ted Las Vegas, but relying on one thing, she shows herself. And the shortcomings of "Emily in Paris" and its avoidance of conflict and preoccupation, for example, with the notion that every action has a reaction, can be seen as the result of the series' endless search to show another of its enchanting spaces or another astonishing understanding. Be. This series, which is completely episodic, divides the situations into stages and solves them with a few long-term changes, something we saw in the "Simpsons" series.
All of this strikes the audience as a flawless use of the medium. Sometimes one wants to watch the "Sopranos" series, and sometimes pictures of the life of a young woman in a strange city looking for love and bonding can be good. "Emily in Paris" could certainly have been richer, more complex, and more layered if they had given Collins more to play with, or a deeper appreciation of the clash between American values and a kind of Old World perfection of his French colleagues. But maintaining a great hobby with a high art standard is a recipe for unhappiness. He has a clever acting from Collins and keeps some of his features empty: as an interpretation of the cyberspace era that I do not know he knows the series will fix. If Emily's life search for Instagram likes is ruined, this series knows it. The coincidence of her success at work seems to be an interpretation of the whimsy and whimsical nature of online life. French culture, which is the culmination of the series' villains, will be dealt with critically in the new season. his Americanness, his insistence on his exceptional nature, usually helps Emily, but as it turns out, it is sometimes an inherent limitation he has to overcome. He is forced to face himself in a way that suits the sitcoms: in the face of the bubble that makes him happy.
That hot weather can easily be described as Everything that is going to be shown will be considered, and perhaps the fact that "Emily in Paris" can be interpreted in different ways: as one of the best on television, as one of the pioneers of the apocalypse, or as one of the series. A good thing that can make people happy and have something to say and say that there is a little bit of art in this normal routine.
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