Alias Grace season 1
The TV series Alias Grace on Netflix channel is a screen version of the eponymous novel by the famous writer Margaret Atwood, who is a winner of the Booker Prize. The events of TV show took place in reality. This was a terrible and mysterious crime, which is still not fully clarified. However, this history is only an excuse for a closer look and in-depth study of the social, class and gender realities for the author that existed in Canada in the mid-19th century. The main character of the TV series Grace Marks was born in Ireland. But now she lives in Canada, where she works as a servant. It so happened that she and James McDermott were accused of killing their employer Thomas Kinnear and Nancy Montgomery. The groom McDermott was executed, and Grace received a life imprisonment. Alias Grace became known throughout Canada after she was fully acquitted after thirty years of being behind bars. But the main character will find the strength to return to normal life, while there are debates about guilt or innocence around her.
Convicted murderess Grace Marks is interviewed by Dr. Simon Jordan. He becomes conflicted by Grace's enchanting, persuasive nature and her claims of having no memory of the events surrounding the murder.
In 1859, Simon investigates the murders; in 1842, Grace befriends a woman who dies from a back-alley abortion.
Simon attempts to extract Grace's memories; Grace starts working as a servant at the Kinnear farmhouse.
Simon is intimate with Mrs. Humphrey in 1859; Jamie confesses his love in 1843
In 1859, Grace tries neuro-hypnosis in an attempt to recover memories.