Sense8 (2015–2018)
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Obligate Mutualisms 

The Sensates make contact with a key figure in BPO. Ripped from her prison cell, Sun sends out a plea for help. Wolfgang meets an intriguing stranger.


Lana Wachowski


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Doona Bae ... Sun Bak
Jamie Clayton ... Nomi Marks
Tina Desai ... Kala Dandekar
Tuppence Middleton ... Riley Blue
Toby Onwumere ... Capheus Onyango
Max Riemelt ... Wolfgang Bogdanow
Miguel Ángel Silvestre ... Lito Rodriguez
Brian J. Smith ... Will Gorski
Freema Agyeman ... Amanita Caplan
Terrence Mann ... Whispers
Naveen Andrews ... Jonas Maliki
Daryl Hannah ... Angelica Turing
Alfonso Herrera ... Hernando Fuentes
Eréndira Ibarra ... Daniela Velázquez
Max Mauff ... Felix Berner


The Sensates make contact with a key figure in BPO. Ripped from her prison cell, Sun sends out a plea for help. Wolfgang meets an intriguing stranger.

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This episode (S02E02) marks the second time in which Brian J. Smith is on screen, supported by the song All My Days by Alexi Murdoch. The first one being Episode 13 (Faith) in Stargate Universe, season 1 See more »


Croome: How much do you know about BPO?
Nomi Marks: Biologic Preservation Organization. Began in the early '60s by...
Will Gorski: ...Ruth El-Saadawi.
Croome: An incredible woman. One of the great scientific minds of our time. She believed sapiens and sensorium to be obligate mutualisms, dependent on one another for survival. BPO was founded by her and dedicated to her vision of natural and ethical balance.
Riley Blue: That doesn't sound like the same organization we know from Iceland.
Croome: No.
Will Gorski: So what changed?
Croome: The same thing that changed for the rest...
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Requiem Mass in D Minor, K. 626: III. Sequentia: Dies irae
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performed by Budapest Concert Orchestra, Tamas Gal & Budapest Concert Chorus
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Outstanding opus of humanism
26 May 2017 | by kams120See all my reviews

Fantastic end. Mozart's requiem in D Minor (K626) always adds flavor. Love the cultural references instilled in Sense8 episodes. The Wachowskis make each episode a unique peace of art, linked to the others in an intriguing, deep and n-dimensional canvas.

Also, there's a "bigger picture" that can be fathomed when watching Sense8 through a comparative lens with the Watchowskis' other movies, esp. Matrix and Cloud Atlas. Recurring themes show a genuine ambition of the Directors to convey a message :

1. The leitmotiv of the benevolent underdogs fighting an almighty and obscure Big Brother (BPO in Sense8).

2. The somewhat federation/unity of humanity, beyond and independently of races, countries, religions, sexes or even economical motivation (e.g. : Capheus with Amondi Kabaka)

3. The courage it takes to fall 100 times and to rise 101. The fact that although life is absurd and often full of cruelties, one can build his own meaning, making life an aesthetic magnum opus, if and only if one keeps the ability of amazement in front of the beauty of the universe (e.g. : Capheus' history and kindheartedness, epitomized in the speech and conversation scenes in this episode)

Conclusion : I'm eager to watch the next episodes, yet I want to be patient, because each one requires time and focus in order to be not consumed, but fully reveled in.

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