If anything surprises in the twentieth episode of the last season Walking Dead, from Disney+, is how he understands the feeling of being in control. A breathtaking look at the remnants of a civilization that is struggling to rise up around the Commonwealth. But what is this corrupt, alienated and cruel center really, if not a fragile illusion? Walking Dead, which showed the fall of the world as it was at some point in the past, now shows it as it could have been. However, perception is disturbing in all its breadth. What awaits on the threshold of the apocalypse of monsters with human faces?
Thus, he announces that the conclusion of the series will focus on its main themes. walking Deadmeditated on survival and then on pain, loss and fear of destruction, now something more. A painful, hectic, and twisting journey through the twisted spaces of what his characters can and will be. Perhaps that is why the leadership of Pamela Milton becomes a matter of honor.
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In an eloquent and well-constructed look at greed, and with a compelling need to get Yumiko to sentence Eugene, Pamela makes two key points clear. On the one hand, then Walking Dead continues to explore the broad and painful idea that the Commonwealth is nothing more than the core of dominance. On the other hand, that any protest is a sign that the deceptive utopia is about to collapse.
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Strengthening leadership in the Commonwealth remains a top priority in Episode 20. Especially since the idea of the whole structure of the final season of the show comes from a direct perception of its importance. Thus, Pamela Milton’s iron fist continues to be violent, cruel, and manipulative. Isn’t that a great lesson in the devastated terrain of the future? But of course, Walking Dead he does not lose his essence by making a brief review of his painful points.
Years later, during which the series seemed to drift from one place to another with no direction, the plot tension was back again.. And this means that inside and outside the walls the perception of the necessary and the merciless is again confused. What does Pamela Milton need to maintain the precarious peace she enjoys in her little territory of iron discipline? It seems that the lessons of the ninth episode were not entirely clear. Even worse, those that are associated with the main idea of the production that danger lurks and lurks.