The Mire 97 Review: It jumped forward about one and a half and a half after the early 1980s from Mire concluded

February 1945 – German work camp. Poland prisoners. Nazi travellers. One of the war prisoners was accused of “sabotage” because he forgot to install ignition costs in the mortar launcher and was forced to stand naked in a stress position against the pole. Jump forward until July 1997 – the city of Gryfino Polish (maybe) look worse to use.

Residents threw furniture that was damaged by flooding on the streets.

Anna Jass (Magdalena Rozczka) came out of the hotel bed and passed. They empty the liquor bottle needed for another day as plainclothes police. His colleague, Mika (Lukasz Simlat), drove around and through the flood debris. To the Gronty Forest (shady forest) and crossed the swamps in Waders. The past skeletal abolishes from WWII’s funeral to a fresher corpse.

At the police station, Anna was submitting reports of people missing. For the mother concerned when bad news appeared on the radio. The son of a 12-year-old mother was the body in the forest.

Meanwhile, in Courier, Piotr Zarzycki (Ogrodnik) was named after a new editor leader. He had left for years but returned to the city and newspapers, where he began his career (in the first season).

And hey, surprise, surprise, this publication is under the ownership of a new company and is under pressure to sell more papers to remain below. Piotr suggested finding some “sensational” stories on goose readers; Then, when he was at home with his wife and daughter. We studied he aimed to revive couriers from the lower state and climb the stairs.

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We see Anna in her hotel with her breasts bound, suggesting her LGBTQ.

The boy’s death was abolished as intentional sinking. But he investigated further after getting a tip from the silly courier horoscope. Of course, this means we get the subject of every drama of CP drama. The agency with a close-up of the Oogy Corpse needed.

Piotr visited a rich man whose male adult gets kidnapped and held for ransom. Offering to double the purchase of advertising for paper in exchange for daily updates about the kidnapping.

He also got bad news about his ex-lover. Who seems to have sent him a letter from outside the grave; He visited his old friend and former WanyCz Reporter (Sederyn). Which might have something to do with the note or at least know something about it. Hmm.

So far, it’s very gloomy.

The first EP of The Mire ’97 sharply and efficiently regulates the settings’ physical, philosophical and political context. Constantly establishing such details into the plot is-it-murder-or-not. It sets the hook with the character of intro and catch-up.

Establishing Piotr as a man with a plan that his luggage might hamper, and Anna as a calm mystery woman. The attitude collected must cover pain, because why again she hit the bottle so hard? He seems to be at the top of the local power structure that lasts long.

There is talk about how “bastards” are responsible still ensure journalists. And the police remain within established limits. Despite the emergence of democracy. It seems clear that the child’s death is more than intentional, and knowing what happens will disappoint some Applecarts.

This is quite gripping dramatic fodder. If season six episodes make Anna the most excellent protagonist – her whiracy seems. It can make us look past some cliche genres and become very involved in this story.

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Rozczka’s newcomer series shows a lot of potential in this debut episode.

He is likely to play the most compelling character of the season. These intelligent and clever outsiders can work outside the subjective limitations of the local population.

Some of the BoilerPlate things from similar procedures are present. But The Mire ’97 is well written and visually detail. And some decent LGBTQ representations do not hurt.