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Netflix Review: Sanctuary (it's about Sumo wrestling)
Just finishing the 8-episode Netflix show called Sanctuary. It's basically Karate Kid but with Sumo wrestlers. The first couple of episodes are kind of meh, but then it gets a little more interesting. it's your standard sports story we've seen a hundred times. A talented but rebellious and undisciplined athlete from a broken home tries to make it big in sports. It has some decent twists to keep it interesting. It's typical Japanese overacting and corny dialogue (maybe there is something lost in the translation...), but it's fun and even educational. I like all the tradition stuff about the Sumo world. Very informative. I give it a solid B.