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Television

Grey, gloomy, and utterly joyless: Ripley reviewed

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

Ripley

Netflix

If you’ve spent any time gawping at Netflix over the past half-decade or so, you’ll already know that human culture has reached its final, perfect form. We made a good effort with cave paintings, epic poetry, theatre, literature and the rest of them, but the apex of culture is the bingeable, episodic rabbit-hole Netflix documentary about a sociopathic liar.

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