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It's More Eerie Onscreen

The pilot hosts a variety of tones — it's a time-travel period romance, so that's to be expected — but my favorite moments are the eerie ones. The scene where a dark figure shows up in the '40s staring up at Claire on a rainy night isn't so scary in the book, but it's spine-chilling to watch. Plus, Claire's disappearance (which I worried could be clumsy or cheesily translated) is handled beautifully, and it's creepy but fascinating.

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