It receives sunlight and has variable temperatures and green plants.
Many animals like raccoons or bears utilize this space to eat their food, sleep or nest.
Some of the town’s older residents, including Mikkel’s grandmother, mutter about how the new disappearances recall older ones from when they were younger.
And a mysterious hooded figure, looking at a newspaper clip reading “Where is Mikkel?
Netflix is so often looking for bingeable, c’mon-just-one-more-episode entertainment.
It’s about a community of people, all with their own problems, and all linked in different ways — both in the present and in the past.
A strong cast full of characters who pull off “angst-stricken and unsatisfied” well contributes to the feeling of an unsettled, untrustworthy world where time-traveling children or era-hopping murderers just seem par for the course.
At least their uncertainty is set in a beautifully rendered world.
In this moment, there’s an aching sense of beauty and loneliness to that places it far above the usual procedural mystery or supernatural horror story.
Suddenly, it’s not a series about dead birds and dead children, and the question of what links them.