‘True Detective: Night Country,’ Episode 3: What Really Happened in the Wheeler Case?

They definitely see dead people in Ennis, Alaska. In «Part Three» of True Detective: Nightlandthe plot thickens as we learn more about why things are slightly frosty between Danvers (Jodie Foster) and Navarro (Kali Reis). Below, Still watching the hosts Hillary Busis, Richard Lawsonand Chris Murphy try to piece together the many mysteries of Ennis, Alaska, from spiral symbols to reappearing oranges. Moreover, they talk to them Isabella LeBlancwho shares how she brought Leah Danvers to life.

Raymond Clark is still officially at large, Hank Prior (John Hawkes) assigns a team of men Danvers less than affectionately calls his «diggers» to find the scientist. Hank may have more information about Annie K’s disappearance than he is letting on, as it is revealed that he received a call about Raymond and Annie before her death, but he kept the information to himself. Murphy believes that Hank is «hiding something» about Annie K’s death to protect the miners. «It’s becoming clear that when it comes to the mine, it’s white versus native – who wants it and who doesn’t. It’s obvious that Hank is on the miner’s side,» he says.

While Hank and his henchmen search for the Tsalala scientists, Navarro deals with both professional and personal issues. He calls her that her sister Julia is having another episode and checks her into the city’s psychiatric hospital, The Lighthouse, against her will. At the end of the episode, Navarro visits one of the surviving scientists, Lund, in the hospital, and he gets out of bed to deliver an ominous message. Could Navarro be the next person to succumb to her family’s inherited mental illness? “This is a town where people see ghosts, maybe because they’re crazy about the dark. But that moment, that’s pure The Exorcist, Emily Rose something like that,» Lawson says. «If Navarro is hallucinating, he’s in worse trouble than I thought.»

While the episode ends on a pretty grim note, it’s not just horror. The opening features a flashback of Annie K and a group of Aboriginal women helping a birthing woman give birth, and is refreshing in its non-traumatic depiction of childbirth. «All the birth scenes we’ve seen on prestige TV in the last two years have been dramatic, traumatic, horrific and scarred,» says Busis, prompting Murphy to name the Prime Video footage. dead ringers, FX Fleischman is in trouble, and HBO House of dragons as examples.

«I was so excited to see a scene like that where it’s intense, but then the baby is okay and the woman is okay,» Busis continues. «There’s been this overcorrection because we’ve spent too long passing around the ugly parts of womanhood and the female body.» So now we lean in a different direction. We’re going to show how terrible it is all the time.» Night landeven if it goes against it.

The birth scene is also important because it shows Annie K’s importance to her community, making her loss all the more painful and Navarro’s urge to avenge her that much stronger. «It was a really great way to meet Annie K in her element,» says Lawson. «We’ve heard about her as such an antagonist, a troublemaker. To have her do this work behind literally closed doors, which is so vital.» I think that really makes her someone who tried to do good in a place that seems very allergic to good.”

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