TORE Season 1 Review: The story of the series revolves around Tore, a young introverted guy who hates to be social. His dad, Bossoie, wants him to live alone, but Tore keeps saying that he wants to live with him only. One bad day, Tore’s dad gets hit by a truck, and from there his life completely changes. What will happen to Tore after that, and how his childhood friend Lin is going to help him in all these things? To know this, you need to watch the full show on Netflix.
Coming to the performances, William Spetz as Tore was very good in the show, and he is the biggest highlight in the series. He was so good that it feels like he is living in the character. The emotional breakdown sequences by him were just too good and will be relatable to almost everyone if you have been through that phase. Sanna Sundqvist was also superb as Linn, and she makes an impressive impact in the show. She acts as support to Tore throughout the series, and she played a crucial role. Hannes Fohlin as Erick was also good to watch, and his chemistry with William was pleasant to see. Other actors like Peter Haber, Karin Bertling, Victor Iván, and others were equally good.
The story looks repetitive after the 3rd episode and ends at nothing. There are some emotional sequences in the series, but many of you will not connect with it. The first 3 episodes of the show were good and light to watch, but the show falls flat after that and ends at nothing. The music, locations were pretty average, and the same goes for the screenplay and editing.
I am going with 2 out of 5 stars for the series and will suggest you to skip it. There is nothing new in the series to watch, and all episodes look the same and repetitive after a few minutes. If you still want to watch the series, you may have a look at it. The show is streaming on Netflix with 6 episodes. There are nude sequences in the series, so it is not suitable to watch with family and kids.
This was our review of the Netflix original show TORE. What do you think about it? Please let us know in the comments.