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Netflix’s ‘Juvenile Justice’ Receives Praise for Its Realistic and Precious Messages

Netflix Juvenile Justice review
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The new Netflix series Juvenile Justice got rave reviews from the critics before the premiere.

Juvenile Justice depicts the story of a judge who has to balance her aversion to young offenders as she tackles complex cases inside a juvenile court. Expectations have heightened as the show received great reviews from the advisory committee that helped with the production.

These are some of the comments made by the advisory committee: “I think they did a great job of directing it, so it makes you think about the problem from various perspectives. Watching the series, it makes me think about the answer to the question, ‘What must we do for the children, not just young offenders, to become a better person?'” “Only the judges understand the victims’ feelings. I think the things I’ve been worried about were well expressed in the show.” “Actually, what these four judges worry about is what one judge worries about. I liked how it was split into different people.”

Netflix Juvenile Justice review
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Additionally, they praised how absorbing and realistic the story was. The actors’ impressive performances, especially those who played the juvenile offenders, were met with much praise. In particular, the committee showed support for the message that Juvenile Justice throws at the world. “It’s a precious project that makes people think about how we view these young offenders. I hope it acts as an opportunity to raise interest in juvenile crimes.”

Meanwhile, Live Up to Your Name and Dear My Friends director Hong Jong Chan helms the production. Juvenile Justice will be released on Netflix on February 25th.

Source: Netflix

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