Where Exactly Are They
We Are Who We Are Review
I’ve never been particularly fond of the Italian-helmed series run by HBO. I don’t mean My Brilliant Friend, which is fully committed to its time and place, but rather the mixtures between Italian and English TV. The biggest examples of this were The Young Pope and The New Pope, which were a deeply flawed series that seemed far more interested in style than anything resembling substance.
I therefore took in the knew HBO series We Are Who We Are with some misgivings — one of the executive producers was Paolo Sorrentino, the force behind…