This pulled me into another world for a couple of hours. Just lovely.
Imagine staring into a fresh coffee on the first proper day of spring, and in the swirls it’s all sun and youth and dreams and salsa and at the bottom, just for a moment amongst the foam, a little hope for the world. That, plus some thoughtful storytelling, a real sense of place, and enormous musical numbers that fill the neighbourhood – but not so much they don’t fit.
Also: Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans get some extreme cognitive dissonance. You’ll know it when you see it.
Here are the first 8 minutes: