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The story is about one Ben Larson (previously Aaron), who enters the so-called Green Zone, the area of rich people, where he hopes to find a girl he used to love, but was forced to leave him. He climbs up both the social and the corporate ladder in order to gain enough power to get what he is looking for. During the episodes, we learn more and more things about his past, which is what made him the person he is now.
In my opinion, the story was very well-written. Even after the episode ended, it made me think about the show's content, which is something that rarely happens to me. I just couldn't stop watching the show! The only drawback for me were occasional unsuccessful tries of imagining the future, that just made characters look like they're in a cult or something. They stopped doing that after a few episodes, though.
The world is divided into sections - the world of rich and the world of poor. The story takes place in both of them, each with their own visual properties.
I especially like how well they manage to present the Red Zone. It really felt realistic. In contrast, the Green Zone is just like how we think of the future with the most advanced technology and so on.
The music was really good, it created tension where it needed without making me think "oh, they used this sound to make tension", which is common in shows like Grimm. At the endings of some episodes when it was clear that there is not going to be any talking anymore, I turned up the volume just to listen to the sounds and the music. It was wonderful.
The characters are also mostly devided between the ones that appear in the Green Zone and the Red Zone, with some characters connecting both worlds and making sense of the story.
I love how Ben Larson and Aaron are the same human, but are really quite different as personalities. Although we know about Ben's/Aaron's true intentions all the time, the actor managed to play both roles kind of separately, which also gave us an idea about what the character must've been going through. Not many actors are capable of this.
Overall, this was a very enjoyable series - I'm hoping for a second season!
I also want to mention how much I loved the last two episode (they aired on the same day). In my opinion, it was the best episode of the entire show. I feel like each character did their best and the story was also the best. They prepared a good setup for the seconds season, which I really hope they announce!
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