At this point, it will be extremely difficult to talk about any plot changes, because Gilian Flynn himself did not just write the script in his own novel, but also became the executive producer of the series. This fact gives every right to say that the author is engaged in authoring his own composition. And in fact, it is. As Hanekee twice filmed “Funny Games”, so did Gilian Flynn twice plunge into southern Gothic to find there are not yet lost tracks of the genre. But, in this discussion, the director Jean-Marc Vallée, who after “Big Little Lie,” was used to transfer printed letters to a film full of characters and quick editing, did not have the last word. After “The Lost”, comparing the Valle series becomes even more interesting, because where Fincher tried to obtuse the weaknesses of the Flynn book, the director of Sharp Objects wants to maximize the narrative of the novel. Even at the design stage, making a series of eight small shows from a small book seemed not a very good idea, like Peter Jackson’s attempt to remove the Hobbit trilogy from a little story.
Moreover, Jean-Marc-Vallee likes to look into a blade of grass or other evil spirits, without focusing on the central events. From this, supporters of the book would find it extremely difficult to concentrate their attention and get the desired film version, which would still feel more comfortable within the one and a half hour movie. But Valle leaves his signature montage, which is firmly entrenched in the memory since the time of the final “Big Little Lie”. However, this time the trick did not work. Fast shots are more likely to cause annoyance in a story that falls apart at every opportunity, but is collected again in the next series.
Why don't director tricks work? Most likely the Flynn plot requires a rigorous attitude to detail, because this is primarily a detective story about a journalist investigating a crime. Jean-Marc Valleis uses other tools, constantly only hinting at some events, but not pronouncing them.
This is where we come to the finals and the series, and books. Roman Flynn ended in a shocking arrest of her own mother, who killed her daughter, and almost quit for Camilla. Of all three novels of Gilian Flynn, the end of the debut seems to be the best, because it is the most complete. The author tried to add as many points as possible “above and”, because Camilla gets her justice. You can't say the same about HYIP around the serial finals, which is still being discussed in the media. Yes, her mother was arrested, but her half-sister, Emma, is still at large and is having an emotional catharsis on Camille and on the other side of the screen. Jean-Marc-Vallée even turned to a cunning reception, hiding in the credits the cruel episode of the murder of children. However, it is worth noting that the director showed him the most dosed, so as not to cause a real shock and a wave of indignation in the audience, which seemed to be accustomed to such content on HBO. Why the mini-series does not close all the plot gestalts - this is where the real detective is hiding. Now the question about the second season is open, but given the frantic wave of popularity of Sharp Objects, it can be considered conditionally solved. So, it remains only to wish Amy Adams forces, because it seems that the actress will have to hide painted scars for a long time and drink artificial whiskey in the frame. en.natashaescort.com