Netflix’s Russian Doll is not your average time loop story (SPOILER REVIEW)

Nadia Vulvokov leans heavily on the bathroom sink, head low. Her curly mop of hair falls over her face. Nadia stares into the mounted mirror with a look of existential dread. After all, it’s her 36th birthday. And her mother never made it to 36. And her cat has been missing for three days. Forceful, impatient knocks can be heard on the door, and Harry Nilsson’s…