If the ending of the first season had repaid the confidence of us viewers, the second it closes perfectly one that hasn't missed a shot. Anger, joy and emotion (so much commotion) There have also been, on the contrary. Besides, the emotion and the way people react to what happens are always the highlight of The Leftovers.
Meg is the star of this episode; the woman who had abandoned her fiancé to a pitch from the wedding to join Guilty Remnants; the same who had lost his mother the day before the Rapture – mourning forgotten by the rest of the world twenty-four hours after. Meg is now leading a section of Guilty Remnants and is just disturbing.
The conclusion came at the end of this episode is that The Leftovers you can't trust anyone. Perhaps the only one that I'd do a minimum of trust is Kevin, but Jill could legitimately argue.
Taking the perspective of this season – "A story of two families" – This episode focuses on the women of the two families, Nora and Erika. Two women, two stones against the Windows, a Murphy House, l ’ other Garvey House.
Could not miss an episode entirely devoted to Matt Jamison. Already in the first season the religious had distinguished himself for being, along with Patti, the most controversial character, alternating with his unshakeable faith questionable moments, even with anger and violence. What we saw in the third installment of the ’ year is repeated in this part: is faith against any appearance to help him, While the occasions when you let go of the baseness of those around him the backfire against.
"There are no miracles in Miracle", fear or claim that is, This is the phrase that revolves around the ’ episode. To pronounce it as a fact is John Murphy, While Nora has the shape of the bigger fear that begins to materialize.
"We ’ 're all okay" so Jill tells about her brother Tom, Kevin, Nora and baby girl Lily. And so it seems indeed. In little screentime the premiere they all appeared tranquil and serene as ever had them visas for the entire first season ’. But just a few minutes to change his mind and re-evaluate their whole scene of the previous episode ’.
After over a year of waiting, The Leftovers is back with the second season and both before and after the airing of the premiere can say "!". The conclusion of the first series had left no small curiosity, catching up on an early season a little’ slow and where the nonsense made it too much to master even for a fierce fan of LOST.
HBO spreads the first teaser of the second season of The Leftovers, whose premiere is scheduled for the autumn ’.