Narcissa

Publisher:
QCode

Narcissa

5.0/5

Critic Rating

In the not-so-distant future, mind readers are outlawed in Los Angeles. Sid (Dianna Agron) and her family have spent years fighting to protect her true identity as a reader, but her life quickly starts to unravel when a string of gruesome murders are suspected to have been committed by a mind reader. Sid’s true identity risks exposure when she becomes entangled in a romantic affair with a mysterious woman named Andie (Maria Sten), who seems to be involved in a sinister underworld. But after spending her whole life living in the shadows to protect her true identity, Sid is wi...


Critic Reviews

Score: 5

Ximena Smith • Stuff NZ Aug 6, 2022

"Narcissa has an interesting premise and the sound design and voice acting are both outstanding. Halfway through, I’m just hopeful that Narcissa doesn’t go the way of QCode’s recent thrillers Listening In and Last Known Position, which both started out so promising, but ended disappointingly."

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Score: 5

Stephen O. • Podcast Delivery Jul 25, 2022

"Its intriguing plot points and captivating audio mixing are hallmarks of the genre, but some of that is upstaged by its premise; which will make any sci-fi fan keen to listen in."

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