Undone (2019– )
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After a fight with her sister Becca, Alma gets in a car accident and sees something mysterious.

Director:

Hisko Hulsing

Writers:

Kate Purdy (created by), Raphael Bob-Waksberg (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Rosa Salazar ... Alma Winograd-Diaz
Angelique Cabral ... Becca Winograd-Diaz
Constance Marie ... Camila Diaz
Siddharth Dhananjay ... Sam
Daveed Diggs ... Tunde
Bob Odenkirk ... Jacob Winograd
Kevin Bigley ... Reed Hollingsworth
John Corbett ... Layton Hollingsworth
Nicholas Gonzalez ... Tomas
Tyler Posey ... Father Miguel
Nova Reed Nova Reed ... Cassie (as Nova Snow Reed)
Jeanne Tripplehorn ... Beth Hollingsworth
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After a fight with her sister Becca, Alma gets in a car accident and sees something mysterious.

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13 September 2019 (USA) See more »

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Rosa Salazar instantly connected with the themes and characters of "Undone," and knew she wanted to play 'Alma' after reading just the first two scripts. See more »

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Featured in Jeremy Vine: Episode #2.199 (2019) See more »

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23 minutes of total condensation
22 September 2019 | by LeCronopioSee all my reviews

There is a mixture of narrative, cinematographic, scenic elements, so theoretical and aesthetic versatility, that is indisputably recognizable in the proposal that they deliver from the hand of this protagonist with existential problems and vertiginously disinterested act. Rosa Salazar is undeniably a pleasure to see interpreting on the screen, there is a genuineness and talent that is always deeply grateful for whoever sees it, two adjectives to which few actresses one could apply in the more BIG group of names in the industry, of which she is already starting to be a part. The particular technical and artistic end fit the script in an absolutely organic way, so that Hulsing and Bob-Waksberg do nothing but continue their good walk in a meeting that is a definite success. The show wants to talk and ask the viewer important things, but without this involving a tedium, that is, doing it simply, effectively; And it succeeds. In 23 minutes it is able to condense everything that the attempt is in itself true and captivating, closing with the final push that leaves the viewer in the pool of "this" search entitled "Undone".


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