Comply or die. That’s the impossible truth of this living coffin. Our Judge is death and life, but are they truly unseen? Silo season 1.
Judge, jury and executioner. We haven’t met the Judge, or have we? Now our Deputy gets attacked because he supports Juliette as sheriff. Comply or die, that’s the impossible truth of this living coffin. Is there any way to escape, or will the Judge sentence all to death? Silo season 1.
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You’re trapped inside a silo with no knowledge of why you’re there or how it came to exist. Is the world outside the damaged hellscape you’re told, or is literally everything a lie? Time twists around history, while pieces of truth defy us. Allie, then Sheriff Becker, computer guy George, and finally engineer Juliette think the unthinkable. I wanna go out, but what is really out there? Truth is a lie, but the lies are worse.
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Silo season 1 is going to twist and turn, double back, then fall down the rabbit hole, only to land somewhere else entirely. With everyone appearing powerless, yet the truth nowhere to be found, we have the perfect science fiction mystery. Will it ever be solved? Unlikely, but hopefully we see outside.
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Silo season 1 is a wild sci-fi adventure through time, but it’s making me question my own grip on our tarnished reality. Is the silo just a metaphor for government? What is going to happen? Keep your comments coming, then check out our video on episode 4.
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