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As the final war between Good and Evil looms two powerful avatars divided by fate share one mission. For Ben Hawkins and Brother Justin, the race is on to find the elusive Henry Scudder--and the fate of the world depends on who finds him first.
The second season of HBO's Depression-era gothic--John Steinbeck by way of Tod Browning--picks up where the first left off. Professor Lodz (Patrick Bauchau) is dead. Ben (Nick Stahl), the show's protagonist, appears to be the culprit. Samson (Michael J. Anderson) helps him dispose of the body. Later he tells the other carnival workers that Lodz "took a powder." Lila (Debra Christofferson) doesn't buy it. Meanwhile, Sophie (Clea DuVall), who lost her mother to fire the previous year, feels unmoored without her guidance. A few states away, Brother Justin (Clancy Brown) harbors ever greater delusions of grandeur--and inappropriate thoughts about his sister, Iris (Amy Madigan). In "Alamagordo, NM," he decides to establish a temple, which he dubs Jonestown, er, Jericho. At the same time, life amongst the carnies, who are heading towards Justin's California, is becoming increasingly tense. Ruthie (Adrienne Barbeau), for instance, is starting to see dead people--like Lodz--and Stumpy (Toby Huss) is no longer able to keep his gambling in check. As with the first season, the action continues to alternate between the carnival and the congregation. What binds the two is a man named Scudder (John Savage), who has connections to Ben and Justin. Although writer/creator Dan Knauf had planned to tie things up between seasons three and six, HBO did not renew Carnivàle a second time. Nonetheless, a surprising number of questions are answered, like the identity of "Management" (voiced by an un-credited Linda Hunt) and whether Ben and Justin will have a final showdown. The answer to the latter question is: Yes, they will--and therell be casualties. --Kathleen C. FennessyVoir l'ensemble des Description du produit
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Basically, the following review is the same review we presented for the first season via it holds true on every level with the first season.
As for the series itself. It is a vey good series that makes you feel for the characters. Furthermore, you can relate to many of these characters and the way they act just on the bases of time period the story alone. There is strong religious aspects that are significantly twisted and thus anyone who might be offended by such should avoid this series. In addition, there is "a lot" of nudity, sexually content/terminology, and occasional swearing which is unfortunate…but again, a bit realistic for the time and situations the characters exist in. We understand why nudity was added, but feel it could have been cleaned up a bit, thus the only reason for 4 stars instead of 5. Those aspects were most likely dirtied up just for HBO's purposes. However, the story is interesting and enjoyable to watch. Especially without commercials on this DVD set. It is a shame HBO cancelled the series. However, it is easy to goggle this topic and you can find Daniel Knauf's (series creator) vision of how he wanted to end the series and discover what characters should have developed into. We are not sure if the website we are listing will ever change, but as of now the website presenting this concluding information is: [...]
As mentioned, this series does have nudity, sexually content/terminology, and swearing, so we do not recommend it to anyone that can be offended by such. However, if you can look past all of that, the story does present an interesting chain of events that dwells into the historically accurate struggle of humanity during the times of the dust bowl and mythical aspects of how there is always a battle between good (the light) and evil (the dark).
We hope this review helped. We tried to keep it vague to not ruin the story for anyone wishing to experience it for the first time.