GLASSHOUSE – Review by Valerie Kalfrin

The artifice of civilization and the fragility of memories collide in Glasshouse, an atmospheric sci-fi drama whose sluggish pacing prevents it from being truly shattering. Set after a worldwide pandemic called the Shred, which robs people who breathe the outside air of their memories, Glasshouse has a dreamy feel and old-fashioned trappings reminiscent of The Beguiled. It takes place entirely in and around a large hothouse, where Bea and her sister, Evie, take turns on guard duty in loose white gowns and makeshift gas masks fashioned from bonnets.

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