...en stämningsfull och spännande frågelåda med snygg estetik, ett intressant koncept och ett välskrivet persongalleri
An intriguing, densely layered puzzle-box mystery that defies easy categorisation but somehow works.
Combine James Cameron’s Titanic with an especially unhinged helping of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror and the results might look something like Netflix’s 1899.
...the mystery shifts and buzzes when given time and energy. It snatches at you, gnaws at you, wants to nestle inside your mind as you await the next episode...
The captain experiences unexplainable flashbacks. A strange man follows Maura to her cabin where a boy is hiding. A bug leads to a tragedy on deck.
A girl and other passengers suffer a terrible fate. Olek frees Ling Yi from a box. The captain makes a discovery that challenges his trust in Maura.
Several crew members and passengers search the ship for the boy after locking up the captain, Olek, Jérôme and Ramiro. Krester’s secret is revealed.
Maura has terrible flashbacks and makes a shocking move. A sound leads some passengers to jump overboard. Maura makes a discovery about her father.
Tove has scary flashbacks and wants to kill the boy. Daniel follows Maura and the captain into a strange place. Maura’s father appears with a message.
Daniel asks Maura for something she doesn’t understand. Olek and Ling Yi steer the ship before a tragedy occurs. Elliot’s identity comes to light.
Maura tells the passengers an unbelievable truth. Then, their memories shift and Daniel changes a code. Maura faces an unexpected reality.