The Get Down (First Impressions)

I just finished watching the first episode of Baz Lurhmann’s The Get Down on Netflix.  (Where There is Ruin, There is Hope for a Treasure).  Immediately through sight and sound, I am transported to the New York City of my youth in the late 1970’s.  The characters and setting feel someone added weight to magic realism in order to give it a corporeal property.  As this is serialized story telling, I will save my review until after I finish the first six episodes.  

The Get Down – IMBD

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  1. Got you will try and watch love Mom

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