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‘Love & Death’ EP Lesli Linka Glatter On Getting Inside The Head Of Elizabeth Olsen’s Ax-Wielding Candy: “She Was A Terrible Murderer!’ – Crew Call Podcast

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This podcast is spoiler free in regards to today’s final episode of HBO’s limited series Love & Death, “Ssssshh” On today’s episode of Crew Call we speak with Love & Death EP and episodic director Lesli Linka Glatter who walks us through the psychology, and the symbolic visual imagery of the Southern fried 1970s Wylie, Texas murder of Betty Gore (Lily Rabe) by the seductive Candy Montgomery (Elizabeth Olsen) after the latter had an affair with the former’s husband, Allan Gore (Jesse Plemmons) — all ironically members of the same Methodist congregation.

The final episode, “Ssssshh” which dropped today, finds Candy taking the stand. Will she get off? It’s also the episode that Glatter and Love & Death creator David E.

Kelley are submitting for the Emmys. What Glatter adores about the episode is how Olsen’s Candy takes the stand and how the audience is thrusted “to go back to that day (of the murder) and see it through her point of view.

It’s not like Rashomon.” “You only see it (the murder) from one point of view. There’s a juxtaposition of who Candy became and back to that particular day,” Glatter tells Crew Call.

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