I know a million people have written about this scene, but that’s because it’s perfect. The composition, music, lighting, blocking, photography — it’s all just spot on. Stranger Things never lived up to its first season and only felt like the 1980s to those who didn’t live through that time, but Sadie Sink’s acting is just so wonderful here.

What I particularly love about is that even if you watch it a dozen times, it’s still suspenseful. It feels like you don’t know if she’ll get away. That is impressive. And if that is what depression feels like, I want no part of it.