Elliot, a brilliant but highly unstable young cyber-security engineer and vigilante hacker, becomes a key figure in a complex game of global dominance when he and his shadowy allies try to take down the corrupt corporation he works for.
A pair of deep-cover Soviet spies masquerades as a typical DC couple whose children, neighbors, coworkers & friends are completely unaware of their activities. At home, they're the stereotypical parents of stereotypical kids; at work, they pose as travel agents; but at night, they weave a web of confidants, lovers, dupes, and historical figures from the Reagan-era Cold War. The startlingly realistic plot twists force the viewer to consider the real cost of an undeclared war, what it takes to protect one's beliefs, if it's worth it, and if it actually worked for either side.Written by
Although I have found the series a bit repetitive over the years, the final season has been exceptional, with a beautiful final episode that will be always remember.
I think is one of the shows that better uses the silence to explain things, and in the last episode music plays also a big role.
The acting of Rhys, Russell and Emmerich is exceptional and I'd love to see them in the nominations and awards' lists.
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