Regus Patoff, the consultants, might be the Devil, according to their theory

Regus Patoff, the consultants, might be the Devil, according to their theory ...

The Consultant is indeed the Devil, according to a theory. We discuss the conclusion of Christoph Waltz's film in a more sinister light.

"Follows a relationship between employee and boss, asking how far we will go to get ahead and to survive," according to the series' official synopsis.

The Consultant, a dark comedy thriller directed by Tony Basgallop for Amazon Prime Video, follows the ambiguous consultant Regus Patoff, who begins to assist CompWare in its merger before enlisting himself as the company's leader.

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Is The Consultant the devil?The conclusion is presented.

Subscribers to Amazon Prime are eager to believe that Regus Patoff is actually the Devil, giving the series a more vengeful conclusion.

Patoff's disclosure that he has gold bones indicates that he is not human and therefore does not have the empathy necessary to construct a human, which he is lacking in the company.

Another Easter clue that supports the Devil hypothesis is the fact that the show flashes two images of Dante's Inferno — an illustration depicting a soul's journey through Hell within the first paragraph of Italy's Divine Comedy.

The Consultant series has been compared to The Devil's Advocate, in which Al Pacino plays the owner of the company.

After Craig and Elaine's ordeal with Patoff, the couple look to other opportunities to grow in the company as soon as the truth is revealed.

The aim of the series was to highlight how employees are treated like robots at work, while also pointing out that higher-levels are striving to be a completely humanoid workforce.

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What are the number of episodes in The Consultant?

On the streaming platform, the consultant's episode count has been confirmed to have eight episodes within its first season.

On the aforementioned release date, all eight installments of the series will be released simultaneously, so you may consume all of them in one go.

Matt Shakman, who will take over as the series' director, will lead WandaVision's Matt Shakman, who will later be joined by directors Dan Attias, Alexis Ostrander, Charlotte Brändström, and Karyn Kusama.

With all of the titles included, your complete episode guide offers assistance in binge-watching.

The Consultant is now available for Amazon Prime subscribers.

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