- Oct 25, 2017
That's some talent they have, can't wait.
I've seen people say it's the best show on Netflix these past few days. Take that as you will. I also need to get around to it at some point, I did like of what I saw of the pilot.
I think it was mostly an attachment she had and it's gone now.I just finished season 1. Surprised this show seems to have little hype and almost no awards love, it was amazing.
I hope Holden’s gf doesn’t return, their relationship was really weird.
Also Anna Torv’s character needs more to do. It’s refreshing that she’s a lesbian and that’s that, except it actually would be interesting to explore that side of her more within the time period and workplace. Also, her entire personal story is that she feeds a cat, and...? That’s it? I have no idea what the purpose of that story was.
Just read an article and Fincher said it was supposed to show that there may be a boy in the building going around killing animals. I actually was pretty tense during those scenes, especially the first one when she’s only wearing a shirt in a creepy laundromat basement.
Torv thought it meant this:Also Anna Torv’s character needs more to do. It’s refreshing that she’s a lesbian and that’s that, except it actually would be interesting to explore that side of her more within the time period and workplace. Also, her entire personal story is that she feeds a cat, and...? That’s it? I have no idea what the purpose of that story was.
But:“I always take things a little too [introspectively], so when I first read it in the script I was like, ‘Oh my God, wow, this is actually interesting.’ I thought, ‘This little kitten is representative of all these faceless [victims] and we only notice the ones that are dead because they have families that are looking for them. And then here’s this little abandoned cat that no one is going to care about. And if that was a person, it’d be the same thing.’ That’s what I first thought when I read it, but that’s just because I’m crazy,” Torv adds with a hearty laugh. “I was making it so deep when probably she’s just, you know, feeding a cat.”
http://collider.com/mindhunter-cat-explained-anna-torv/#david-fincherThe actress later ran her theory by Mindhunter exec producer David Fincher, who quickly informed her, ‘Oh… no, that’s not it,’” she guffaws. Fincher then explained to her that the cryptic series of scenes were, at least in part, suggesting to the audience that perhaps “there was a kid in the building who’s going around killing cats. And it’s a birth of a new sociopath that we don’t quite know about. Because that’s how it starts — with [inflicting harm on] animals.”
Awesome news, I adored the first season and can't fucking wait for more. Man I hope they'll continue using some classic songs again...that scene in the finale with "In the Light" was mesmerizing.