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The thrilling Dollhouse reunites Buffy The Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon
(Firefly, Serenity) and Eliza Dushku (Angel). Echo is an 'Active' - someone
whose memories have been wiped and replaced. Hired for nefarious gains, she acts
with no memory of before. Can she rediscover her true identity before it's too
Confined between missions to a secret facility known as the "Dollhouse," Echo and the other Actives including Sierra (Dichen Lachman), are assigned engagements by Adelle Dewitt (Olivia Williams), one of the Dollhouse leaders. After each scenario, Echo, always under the watchful eye of her handler, Boyd Langton (Harry Lennix), returns to the mysterious Dollhouse where her thoughts, feelings, experiences and knowledge are erased by Topher Brink (Fran Kranz), the Dollhouse's genius programmer.
Echo acts with no memory of before. Or does she?
- Audio Commentary on 'Ghost' with Joss Whedon and Eliza Dushku
- Audio commentary on 'Man On The Street' with Joss Whedon
- Audio commentary on 'Epitaph One' with Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen
- 'Making Dollhouse' featurette
- 'Coming Home' featurette
- 'Finding Echo' featurette
- 'Designing The Perfect Dollhouse' Featurette
- 'A Private Engagement' featurette
- Original unaired pilot 'Echo'
- Deleted scenes
Sound: Dolby Digital
Production Year: 2009
Main Language: English
I'm a big fan of Joss Whedon and love his shows. Now with Dollhouse the first half of the season seems like Joss was restricted a bit by Fox and he didn't have as much creative freedom as in his previous shows which is apparent. The show starts slowly but does build a rapport between the audience and the characters and you start to like and dislike certain characters. From episode 6 onwards Joss starts to come into his own and it starts to get more gripping, funny and dark with an intelligent and complex storyline that gets people thinking.