An episode about the bureaucracy and another look into the psychology of Ginoza and the director.

I personally think that Sybil is a quasi-fascist state with a successful 1984 feeling. Sybil manages the state, the people and crime. Eventually, I’m pretty sure the people would either start committing suicide or just not produce anything any more.

Ginoza is one of the most interesting characters in the series. He’s a subtle man. He’s driven and consumed by sybil, but he’s tortured by his past and his own questions of the law. He’s interesting to think about. In serving sybil, he becomes the monster he fights.

And we get old detective dude’s backstory. It’s a warning to Ginoza.