Season 1 of Queen on Netflix concludes with many interesting conclusions and unanswered questions. She plays the role of Pearl Thusi as Queen, a member of the South African Secret Service Group (SOG). The ending is probably where the series started, and fans are left wondering what will be the next film of the Chama Wema group.
That is not the only mystery left by Queen ending season 1. The dignity of the Queen’s mother, Safiya Sono, covers almost every chapter and her identity is unknown. Supreme Solutions also faces a power limbo, leaving viewers wondering if they will be able to capture the real power, or if SOG will be able to stop them on their way.
Queen Season 1: Synopsis
An old man named Sylwester spends his days at the Parisian bespoke sewing shop designing suits and high-end clients’ clothes but recently considered retiring and moving to a more comfortable life somewhere in the French Riviera. Despite requests from his assistant to turn his business into a state-of-the-art store, Sylwester prefers to close the store rather than lose personal contact with his products, which is his expertise.
In addition to his successful business, the man has a unique identity, a very entertaining artist and dancer, Loretta. Sylwester is not only famous as a famous actress on stage but also often designs costumes for such shows and is a popular figure among all drag queen artists. Before leaving Paris, Loretta is bid farewell to another such group, led by Sylwester’s close friend and songwriter, Corentin.
While checking his daily mail one day, the man finds an envelope that looks like a Polish address stamp. Avoiding the book for a long time, he ended up reading it and was shocked by its contents. The girl, claiming to be his granddaughter, wrote him a letter asking him to return to Poland to donate a kidney to his ailing daughter.
Where the problem was, as Sylwester told Corentin, was that he had come from Poland and had come to France when his wife was pregnant with their daughter and had not returned or met them since. Not only had he never seen or known about his granddaughter, Izabela, but Sylwester had never seen his daughter, Wioletta.
As the past suddenly comes back to haunt him, Sylwester does not want to go back or reply to the letter at first, while Corentin insists he should go back. Finally, after his last stint in Paris as Loretta, the man decides to postpone his retirement plans and return to his hometown of the mining town of Silesia.
Sylwester returns to his hometown and is greeted by his young granddaughter, Iza, who has revealed that she had gone through her grandmother’s belongings and received a letter from Sylwester Bork. Realizing that the man must be her grandfather, she looked up the name on the internet, which eventually led to him. After Iza accommodates him in a luxurious hotel room, Sylwester cleans the living quarters and corners and puts them in his own, his expensive coats and suits.
Soon he is preparing to meet his daughter for the first time, as Iza is about to take her home, picking flowers at the meeting. However, just before he enters the house, the girl tells him that she has not yet told her mother about the development, and it will surprise her too. Wiola emerges, like a sick woman who seems to be trying to walk free and is surprised to see an unknown old man in their house with flowers in his hand.
Sylwester introduces himself as her father, Iza quickly explains why he is here, and Wiola is clear on everything. She openly denies that she accepts any help, let alone a kidney, from a father who has not been in her life and has never bothered to come to see her even once. When the woman turned Sylwester around in their house, he offered money to Iza as an aid, which also angered her.
Disturbed and lonely, Sylwester gets drunk that night and dresses like Loretta, the identity of which he finds his true identity. The next morning, he is preparing to book a train ticket to return to Paris, but on the way, he sees an ambulance heading to Viola’s residence and following it. In line with this fear, Sylwester saw his sick daughter had to be taken to an ambulance and taken to hospital as her condition worsened.
The father immediately followed Wiola to the hospital, accompanied by Iza, and immediately agreed to donate his kidney, as the hospital was still struggling to find a donor. Iza says she can’t donate because she has cirrhosis of the liver, and then lies that Wiola has signed an official form to accept Sylwester as her donor, but actually holds the form later and puts her mother’s signature in it.
Iza begs her grandfather to move into their apartment and stay with them after the operation. She removes his belongings from the hotel room with the help of his friends. She stumbles upon his grandfather’s royal dresses and artificial breasts but thinks he needs them in his design work. Back in the hospital, the kidney transplant went well, but Wiola was furious when she realized that her father had given his kidneys to her.
She let Sylwester stay in her house, and the man began living with Iza in their home. Gradually the two get closer, as he cooks food for her and manages the house, Iza has revealed a sensitive secret she has been trying to keep to herself for days. Among her, a group of close friends includes two young men, Marek and Darek, and Iza who had been physically close to both of them at various times in the past and is now pregnant.
She is not sure who the father is, and Iza fears that disclosing this will cause her to break up with both of them, so she asks Sylwester for advice. A mature, knowledgeable man asks her if she wants to keep the baby or give it to him after birth, but this upsets Iza, who just walks out of the room. She finally has the courage to tell both of her friends about her condition, and the two men fight hard at work the next day.
However, they both remained warm and caring for Iza, in contrast to the fear she would have. Wiola returns home a few days later and tries to return to work as a theater teacher for young children. When she stays cold to her father, Sylwester dresses like Loreta and shows Wiola his true identity. The daughter is shocked at first and is about to express her disgust at an act like this when a terrible mining accident in the city causes an earthquake, and the conversation is interrupted.
Queen Season 1 Ending Explained: What Happened At The End of The Season?
Despite numerous obstacles regarding the launch of the queen’s performance in his Polish city, Sylwester is finally reassured by his daughter and best friend. He turns into Loretta and plays the role wholeheartedly, much to the delight of the audience with her singing and stage performances. As the program was broadcast live on television and broadcast online, the revenue raised gradually increased, and the whole cause was greatly helped when 100,000 euros was donated by many struggling people from all over Europe.
Iza also watches the stream in the hospital with Darek, and she is thrilled to see her grandfather a happy and mysterious character. Finally, Patryk reunites with Sylwester at the back of the stage to congratulate him, and they both kiss before parting again, but this probably serves as a perfect Sylwester closure. Six months later, Sylwester reappears at his sewing shop in Paris, which has been renovated and is back in business again.
However, Iza, too, has now moved to Paris, along with her baby and possibly Darek, and the young woman often leaves Sylwester Jr., named after her loving grandfather, at a sewing shop. Wiola, on the other hand, has recovered and is reuniting with her longtime partner and new boyfriend, Jozef. Old Sylwester now loves his time with his family, especially with the baby, and they all plan to spend the next Christmas together.
Despite the idea of settling everywhere at the end, Sylwester is still relaxed and young at heart, though he seems to be sharing a spark of chemistry with a young man passing by at the end of the episode. “Queen” conveys the idea of gentleness that is often expressed earlier.
Employees of a Polish mining company had gradually adopted Corentin and Sylwester despite initially despising them for their sexual orientation and gender identity. The series reveals everything without making it look too forced or pushed, despite the fact that its ideas are obviously far from the truth.