The comfort of watching 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' while grieving

The comfort of watching 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' while grieving

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Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events might mask itself as kooky Tim Burton for kids — but it’s actually an incredibly honest and nuanced depiction of grief. 

And for those who’ve ever lost a loved one, Lemony Snicket’s tale can feel like someone reaching out from the screen or page to assure you that you’re not alone in it.

The entire series of unfortunate events is centered around not one, but two devastating experiences of death. One is a recurring motif that begins every other episode with a brief from an unknown griever, addressing his lost love. The first reads: To Beatrice — darling, dearest, dead — and they only get more gut-wrenchingly frank from there. The other, of course, is the Baudelaire children losing their parents in a tragic fire.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable | The comfort of watching 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' while grieving

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