When Carol told Lizzie to “look at the flowers” it ripped my heart out of my chest because in the old world Lizzie was getting help for her mental illness but in their new surroundings she couldn’t get the help she needed and I think that is what really broke my heart about this episode.
The Grove // Commentary: It freaks me out in the cut that we used, Ju Ramsey and I cut this together—he’s the editor—and uhh and we found little jewels and gems in there. His rough cut was so good that it gave us time to, like, really search into the little things. But, when she delivers the line about, you know…yeah, "But, just sometimes." And she looks back at her all creepy and she looks like, “You’re gonna kill me.”
I went, you know—we watched those two cuts and it freaked us out and I was like, “Replay it again! Replay it again! Look at her!” So, there were a couple moments like that, that we really found that…just became creepy. +Director Michael Satrazemis
Many murders committed by those with psychotic symptoms originate in a distorted notion of reality that leads them to take a life — or many lives — because, to them, in their state of mind, this is the right thing to do.
As if the anticipation of tonight’s episode is not enough to kill me, here I am listening to this wonderful but heart breaking song by Brighton Sharbino and Kyla Kennedy. It’s hauntingly beautiful. I love this talented girls. Why can’t we have nice things why??????