Quite an interesting premise for "White Dragon" with the plot twists and surprises that, unhappily, become somewhat too hard to swallow. But the problem with this production, as with many recent movies, TV specials on PBS or Netflix is that the films are way too dark. I don't mean that in the figurative sense but literally. Most of the scenes here as in many other production are shot in a dim light, which is all too annoying. This is supposed to impress the sophisticated viewer, but I assume it's a way of keeping production cost down since brighter scenes require powerful mechanical lighting that add to the production cost. How sad is that?! I was frustrated watching this series all in the dark, dim, and depressing screen, half the time confusing characters' faces. Shows how unsophisticated I am, though my eyes are getting a beating with all these new cinematic styling.