Manifest is not a television show that lends itself well to knitting, or working on a crossroad puzzle, or doing anything else at the same time while watching. It requires 100% of our attention.
Cards show close-ups of scenes which have a "red marker". Check your answers by clicking anywhere on the card. (For more information about the significance of the color red in Manifest, see the articles at the bottom of page).
Manifest's montages are pleasurable to watch although a challenge to digest and comprehend. This article examines episode 110's montage by looking at its context, the significance of having one continuous tilt shot, the meaning of doors, and of course, the lyrics to the song.
In psychology, a popular distress tolerance skill is called the STOP skill. The word "stop" is an easy to remember mnemonic.
DIRECTIONS: For each card, answer the question AND then identify the "red marker". Flip the card to check your answer. (For more information about the significance of the color red in Manifest, see the articles at the bottom of page). RELATED ARTICLES: Heads Up: The red spot in Cal’s drawing is more than a blood … Continue reading Red Marker Quiz #1
With each episode the callings have proceeded from some unknown reality, and have descended upon Manifest’s characters at increasingly deeper levels. Not everyone receiving these callings are strong enough to handle them (e.g. Harvey). Whether this is because of the effects of drinking or other vice, and/or an evil outside force remains to be seen.