Throughout, writer-directors Lisa Robinson and Annie J. Howell’s film buckles under the weight of its symbolism.
“Confessions” returns to the theme of the dangerous fragility of crushed American masculinity, the show’s grandest concern.
Chain reactions are the miniature explosions that drive most of the hard sciences, particularly chemistry.
What does it mean anymore to be a father? We still roughly know what it means to be a mother. Indeed, we rather know it in our bones.