I agree with Ellen’s comments about wanting more deep POV and Vicki’s comments that this is darker than the first version. Also, I was really surprised by the twist that Dr. Franco Puissard whose father was killed by her father is the prison administrator. I was initially surprised by the switch to Franco and so I went back to see who that was. But that seemed like a clear conflict of interest, not that that doesn’t happen in real life. But I also felt you could play that up more and give some reason why: Franco who hated her father, and she’d told the court that her father shouldn’t be held at this facility, that it was a conflict of interest, but it was also the closest and renowned. and ultimately the court hadn’t had much sympathy for her father (or something like that).