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Scenes From a Marriage


Scenes From a Marriage


"Scenes from a Marriage" is a five-episode miniseries that first aired on HBO in September 2021. It is a remake of a Swedish television series of the same name from the 1970s. The series follows the lives of a married couple, Mira and Jonathan, over several years as they navigate the highs and lows of their relationship.

The series is known for its intimate and emotionally raw portrayal of marriage, with each episode focusing on a different stage in Mira and Jonathan's relationship. The first episode explores the early days of their marriage, while the later episodes delve into the challenges they face as their relationship becomes strained.

The series has been praised for its realistic portrayal of marriage, with many viewers and critics finding the characters relatable and the storylines thought-provoking. The performances of the two lead actors, Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac, have also been widely praised for their nuanced and powerful portrayals of the complex emotions that come with being in a long-term relationship.

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