‘3%’ Season 2 Review: Brazil’s Dystopian Netflix Drama Remains Engrossing as Hell

When Netflix’s first Brazilian original series “3%” premiered in November 2016, it was an unexpected and quite pleasant discovery, combining narrative tropes familiar to fans of series like “The Hunger Games” with a fresh take on the post-apocalyptic genre.Depicting a future society where the difference between the haves and have-nots is taken to the extreme, the focus of the first season was on Michele (Bianca Comparato) and the other 20-year-olds of the Inland slums competing in the Process — a competition to select the most promising members of society to move to the Offshore, which is a comparative paradise welcome only to the top 3 percent.The Process proved to be brutal to the point of deadly, and much of what made Season 1 so addictive was how it structured the action around the Process, letting the competition power things forward even as characters sought to undermine it.

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