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But Woodley doesn't play the scene with any hint that Jane is merely performing for her friend, which drains the moment of significance. Follow our main hub here. For other characters, it's a meaningful attempt at connection with another human being, like the dearly departed Looking. But it all feels more like a collection of scenes that will hopefully add up to something significant, rather than a step forward for a story that actually feels significant. She plays the emotional peaks of the character well, including a great primal scream and a thrust of her phone off a cliff. He's innocent, of course, and not the man who attacked her, but Jane is supposedly blinded with rage at this point.
Weigert proves the perfect scene partner and opponent for Kidman, who works her way through every twist, grimace and glower in her face. This week, Woodley has to sell us on the idea that, tormented by Otter Bay Elementary School's constant suspicion of her son Ziggy, Jane would go so far as to drive up to San Luis Obispo with a loaded gun to kill her assumed rapist, Saxon Baker. Consider how often these characters listen to the same songs: It's a fascinating approach to music, to make it character-centric as opposed to just non-diegetic. That connection — including their affair a year prior — backfires on Madeline when she and the director get in a car accident together. It's the quieter moments when Woodley's performance goes almost blank. Meanwhile, while Ed is deeply concerned for his wife, he also become skeptical of why the two were driving together. The actress marries the internal work she's been doing all season with physical distortion, and it pays off in spades. Unfortunately, that requires a masterful balance between internal and external that Woodley doesn't deliver. One scene involves Jane manipulating Madeline over the phone into picking Ziggy up from school, distracting Madeline from her concern for Jane by giving her friend buttery compliments "You're totally my masterpiece," she says too sweetly. And there is certainly some kind of emotional moment in Gus taking himself off the market. Kelley occasionally show their cluelessness. Renata's story is relatively spare, but it's at least related to the theme. Truman quickly joins her in the parking lot and they speed away from his girlfriend, who runs out after them. Arya seems unaffected from the whole ordeal. Just one time, no strings. The two have shared great scenes in the past. She comes up with an explanation, but he doesn't seem to quite believe her. Celeste's husband, Perry, weaponizes his sexuality against her, using the pleasure of rough intercourse to put an ill-fitting mask on the physical and emotional abuse of his wife. She tells Gus to stay away because he brings a toxic energy with him. Back on the Witchita set, the stunt actor falls before the safety cushion inflates and is seriously hurt. She morphs from anxious to defensive to upset to hopeless, the camera rarely leaving her face. When Madeline is caught swearing by her daughter Chloe, she shoots back, "Why are you never playing your loud music when it's a good time? She wants to feel something, she says, even if she knows it's wrong. Mickey tries to intervene, but it turns out Truman lied about everything: Is Love … boring?
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