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It seems that the series is full of the various drama we live through serial events of drama. The series begins with Fonna (India's Isle) meeting with Corina (Connie Nielsen) but doubting that the woman is lying and disappearing her real mother, Tamar. On the other hand, while Jay (Chris Pine) is a tough visit from the Los Angeles police, but this leaves him wondering how close he is to the seemingly mysterious truth so far.
There's no denying the spellbindingly ominous mood cast over six episodes as Night plunges its protagonists into a sordid subculture of sex cults and hip "happenings" that reveal the more tarnished side of Tinseltown.
You'll hate yourself for enjoying its seedy dark universe inspired by infamy, a place where you can get yourself killed for insulting someone's paintings. The fabulous avante garde score is, dare I say it, killer. Buckle up.