4.5 Stars out of 5
This story is about a group of tenants during the pandemic. The characters are well defined, layered and interesting. As they meet and encounter life in quarantine the story begins to take shape. I found all of the characters interesting. The dialog was sometimes dry. I could “hear” a lot of philosophy and classics in the roots of the story and I really enjoyed that. The story itself is layered in a way that anyone who likes drama can enjoy it, but if you know a lot of classics and philosophy you’ll get even more from it. It’s a good solid drama.