Dark Season 3

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Dark Season 3

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Streaming on: Netflix
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Dark Season 3

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As layers are peeled off from their two worlds, Jonas and Martha discover who they really become and how they are behind the complex situations that make life miserable for all in Winden.
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Dark Season 3 Review : A grand climax to a beautiful concept

Dark Season 3 is the ultimate salute to the complexities and knots human emotions can create. And it’s delivered in a chilling yet precise manner. The time travel continues, but this season adds another dimension to the story, literally — an alternate Winden, where Jonas is never born.
As Jonas sees Adam kill Martha in the climax of Season 2, another Martha appears to tell him that she has come from another world. In Season 3, she takes him to the other Winden. The characters are the same, but Mikkel never travels back in time in that Winden and so Jonas is never born. He and Martha still share an inexplicable bond, but they also discover slowly that they finally become Adam and Eve — arch enemies driven by their own strong emotions towards each other. But then there’s Claudia, who is playing a much more complex and bigger game than either of them. She, too, is driven by the love for her daughter Regina.
Conceptually, this season is far more complex than the earlier two. And being a series driven by theoritical science, quantum physics to be precise, it delves deep into the concept of cause and effect and even touches upon paradoxes like the Schrödinger's cat experiment. The question asked here, like the paradox, is to what extent can we influence the flow of time and events by observing or interfering with a particular situation? That analogy here is Winden, where multiple people driven by myriad emotions travel back and forth in time, influencing both the causes and effects of their actions. In doing so, they create an infinite loop of dark events involving Winden and its residents.
With some fantastic acting, excellent screenwriting, great direction and that ever-haunting title and background score, the third and climactic season of Dark is a masterpiece in its own right. True, the climax sequence may remind you of Avengers: Endgame, but the creators have managed to justify even the mirroring effect in the title rolls with the events in the season. The visual continuity created with a warp effect is another master stroke.
One, however, tends to notice what seem to be makeup errors, especially facial scars or cleft lips switching sides, in certain scenes. But that's a drop in an ocean; a glitch in the matrix.
So, go ahead, go Dark.

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Our overall critic’s rating is not an average of the sub scores below.

Direction
4.5/5
Dialogues:
4.5/5
Screenplay:
5.0/5
Music:
4.5/5
Visual appeal:
4.5/5

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Abi Mon73 days ago

Dark Season 3 is an amazing series full of complexities which are neatly yet inextricably bound in the events that happen in a sleepy town named Winden. Two parallel realities, cause and effect, time travel, infinite loop of events and fate can play their part in this series which is backed by excellent screenplay, splendid acting and brilliant writing. The writer's attention to detail is brilliant as evidenced by the changing positions of the cleft and the scar on the chracters of unknown and Martha respectively. Both worlds ( Adam's and Eva's) are mirrored realities and it's the mirrored effect. It's not a mistake by the creators rather it's a masterstroke. <br/>It also highlights the fact that any of us would do anything for the ones we love. Time Machine in this series is symbolic of the memories and the thoughts we have in bringing back our loved ones back from the dead. In a poignant scene in which Adam tells Eva that death is an inevitable reality that should be embraced also shows that if they do not prevent the things from happening in the origin of world, they wil condemn themselves to eternal damnation in their worlds over and over again in an infinite loop of unending events in which the end is the beginning and the beginning is the end. <br/>The intensity and depth of emotions were felt towards the end when Jonas and the other Martha prevent an accident which had happened in the past thus stopping all the chain of events and the creation of two Worlds through a time machine. When Jonas and the Martha share a goodbye, you can get a lump in your throat or a teardrop may slid down your cheeks. In this beautiful scene set in the backdrop of a moonlit night, Jonas and Martha share a memory which both of them encountered thus giving a subtle indication that they will eventually be born in the origin world as well. <br/>The remaining supporting cast have been brilliant and provide moments which can make our things ponder on various issues in life. The entire series is based on the principles of theoretical physics and there is a subtle reference to Einstein. The creator of the time machine after seeing what he has done is the past is a clockmaker. Einstein once told that he would have been a clockmaker when he saw that his theories and findings led to the creation of an atomic bomb. <br/>It's a complex labyrinth in which you would do well to venture with an open yet curious mind. A great series indeed!

prashanT Garg24 days ago

Best science fiction ever<br/>Master piece<br/>Hats off

Jack Reacher96030 days ago

it is the best web series by netflix everyone will like this for sure and if u didnt ssen yes start watching from season 1.

Member111931 days ago

Best series....Everyone watch this series must one time....

Harshad Vaja14636 days ago

Father of all Sci-Fi, awesome series

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