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Many of those words are hallucinatory, appearing in places that words wouldn’t otherwise show up, or you can only see them for a moment. Beyond Camille’s own hallucinations, Sharp Objects extends her fixation on words into a broader visual style, often using signage and lettering as a wry commentary on characters and their actions. These uncanny, hallucinatory images are a huge part of the show’s meticulously off-balance, unnerving feel, but they are insistently not clues — not in the traditional sense, at least. You don’t need to see them to anticipate what’s coming, nor are they a bread-crumb trail of tips to lead viewers to a hidden riddle. Their meanings are not hard to interpret: They are words from Camille’s mind, from how she understands herself, from the narrative of herself. They’re barely visible versions of everything Sharp Objects is already showing us, made explicit in language. Don’t think of them as hints; think of them as labels. 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Couldn’t that legacy be established by the large breadth of incredible roles he’s had thus far? “I think every actor worth their salt comes to a project, and they bring more to it, so the part can grow and expand and become even more three-dimensional than sometimes it may be on the page,” he says. “I think I am an actor regardless [of getting the role], and I think that to be able to do what we love to do is just a gift, and I try to find the gratitude in that.” "I always knew that Hollywood was a land of misfits,” Sharp Objects actor Chris Messina tells Playboy while hiding out from the day’s sweltering heat in the lobby of New York’s Bowery Hotel. “It is a boulevard of broken dreams: It’s all these broken people that have come together, including myself. Broken.” - Yes, of course. Guy Montag, really interesting person. For many years he lived with his wife Mildred, thinking that he got everything he wanted from life and can sleep peacefully, but those were just illusions. It all started with a mysterious girl who wasn’t afraid to live. He started to understand that he’s burning books and how mistaken the non-reading people around him are. Though he was one of them himself, he came around in time. Maybe that’s what allowed him to understand who was a true friend to him and whom he could rely on. In the end, someone he didn’t know well came to be a reliable companion. • Liban 6.8