Worth watching. Again, really (I plan to). I think one of my favorite aspects of the production is that it’s controversial.
It’s such a recent history and yet still illuminating in its historical detail. It’s almost too close. The conclusion it reaches isn’t cut-and-dry and I can see how someone, even after having watched the entirety of the three-part series, could disagree with the conclusion whole-heartedly.
I watched it alone (which is fitting, if you’ve seen it) but this could be a great group-watch. Best to leave some time for discussion after.
For links to the epsisodes, hit the “The Trap on AhSinistrah” tag on this post.
Some people don’t care for her lifestyle. I don’t care for it myself, but she takes that in a homophobic way. I’m not homophobic - my ex-wife is a lesbian.