“While we didn’t see Ziggy’s chat with his counselor, one may imagine from her conclusions it could have gone similarly to Celeste’s. “I’m not afraid,” Celeste insists, working hard to believe it. Because if she doesn’t, that means she has a reason to be scared, and if that’s true, then her marriage isn’t the pairing of two overly passionate people she likes to think it is; it’s something much more toxic and damaging and, crucially, it’s a situation in which she is a victim.”

Read more of my thoughts on Big Little Lies: Push Comes to Shove

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