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The Second

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After making a great success with her thriller novels, a famous author's career is at stake when she has a conflict with her best friend and muse. He threatens her that he will expose the hidden secret behind her first novel's source. But she will do whatever she can do to stop him and secure her successful.
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Herald Sun (Australia)
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July 05, 2018

This stupendously pretentious Australian drama is so one-of-a-kind awful, making another would just kill its chances of unwittingly becoming a cult/camp classic.
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Australian Book Review
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July 05, 2018

...the plotline unfolds with such a lack of clarity that it is hard to know what The Second saying about the sexual power, or disempowerment, of teen girls.
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Variety
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July 10, 2018

"The Second" is a sexy and satisfying thriller that toys with time, memory and the provocative side of storytelling.
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Guardian
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July 04, 2018

This remains, despite the onerous intellectualising, an engaging perspective explored with energy and verve.
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Sydney Morning Herald
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July 19, 2018

A mostly engrossing mystery-thriller anchored by terrific performances by Rachael Blake and Susie Porter, though in the end it's a little unmoored by its own unnecessary tricksiness.
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