Thanks for the link, Johnny. I watched it last night and thoroughly enjoyed it. I had no idea what was going on, but I watched it straight after the new season of Westworld, so that was par for the course. Good cast too.
Is the new Westworld any good? I got bored a few episodes into S2, so been hesitant to jump back in again.
I only understood it after reading the annotations But the production sure was impressive.
It's okay - Dolores is loose in the real world with some plan which most people think is to wipe out the human race, while the other characters are inclined to stop her, or not, as the case may be. It was nice to hear "Common People" for the first time in about 20 years.
I was after something to watch after binge viewing Sex Education and End of the F**** World - fortunately Westworld and Better Call Saul are back on to accommodate my mindless tele watching in the evening. Evidently the National Archives is considered an essential service, so I'm still at work, but I have picked Karl Edward Wagner's Bloodstone as essential reading material during the crisis, and it's a great book.
I can confirm that the YouTube version appears to be sourced from the same copy as my DVD-r copy, which was sourced from an off-air VHS, so the quality isn't markedly 'worse' on YouTube.
There is the touch on the shoulder that comes when you are walking quickly homewards in the dark hours, full of anticipation of the warm room and bright fire, and when you pull up, startled, what face or no-face do you see?