Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting For ‘Anne With an E’ To Become a Classic
Rachel Darnall

I like it. It is deeply healing. I cried, I laughed and I related to her. Life isn’t always a bowl of cherries, and there are plenty of children in the world who do’nt have a happy spot free existance. This Anne is an inspiration to overcome and maintain her sense of self even through some harshness. I watched the whole first season in one sitting. I can see though that it would behoove the producers erc to make a few happy shows so it isn’t always SO dramatic. But my first experience with the show is that it brought out tears of my own insecurities about beeing fully who I am in the face of no agreement.

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