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The Leftovers — Drama Fantasy Mystery. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Amy Adams Camille Preaker 8 episodes, Patricia Clarkson Adora Crellin 8 episodes, Chris Messina Detective Richard Willis 8 episodes, Eliza Scanlen Amma Crellin 8 episodes, Matt Craven Chief Bill Vickery 8 episodes, Henry Czerny Alan Crellin 8 episodes, Taylor John Smith John Keene 8 episodes, Madison Davenport Ashley Wheeler 8 episodes, Miguel Sandoval Frank Curry 8 episodes, Sophia Lillis Young Camille 8 episodes, Lulu Wilson Marian Crellin 8 episodes, Elizabeth Perkins Jackie O'Neill 8 episodes, David Sullivan Chris 8 episodes, Violet Brinson Kelsey 8 episodes, April Brinson Jodes 8 episodes, Barbara Eve Harris Eileen Curry 7 episodes, Emily Yancy Gayla 7 episodes, Sydney Sweeney Alice 7 episodes, Will Chase Bob Nash 6 episodes, Jessica Treska Natalie Keene 6 episodes, Beth Broderick Annie B 5 episodes, Catherine Carlen Deeanna 5 episodes, Loretta Fox Melissa 5 episodes, Aaron Holliday Damon 5 episodes, Ryan James Nelson Nolan 5 episodes, London Vanovan Amanda Nash 5 episodes, Jackson Hurst Kirk Lacey 4 episodes, Jennifer Aspen Jeannie Keene 4 episodes, Randy Oglesby Pastor 4 episodes, Betsy Baker Jocelyn Vickery 4 episodes, Cody Sullivan Nathan 4 episodes, Evan Castelloe Teen Kirk Lacey 4 episodes, Gunnar Koehler Bobby Nash 4 episodes, Gracie Prewitt Tiffanie Nash 4 episodes, Daisy Garcia Bar Waitress 4 episodes, Reagan Pasternak Katie Lacey 3 episodes, Lauran September Angie 3 episodes, Jean Villepique Gretchen 3 episodes, Ericka Kreutz Lisa 3 episodes, Guy Boyd Clyde 3 episodes, Sonny Shah Cashier 3 episodes, Kaegan Baron Ann Nash 3 episodes, Stephanie Astalos-Jones Becca 2 episodes, D.
Dad Keene 2 episodes, Stacie Greenwell Intake Nurse 2 episodes, Justin Welborn Kendall 2 episodes, Matt Bauman Jock 2 episodes, Dylan Schombing James Capisi 2 episodes, Gregory H. Foreman 2 episodes, Lindsay Ayliffe Jack 2 episodes, Kennedy Tucker Alpha Friend 2 episodes, Olive Ryan Teen Angie 2 episodes, Te'a Jones Cheerleader 2 2 episodes, Kayla Gonzalez Cheerleader 4 2 episodes, Sarah Weese Edit Storyline Fresh from a brief stay at a psych hospital, reporter Camille Preaker faces a troubling assignment: she must return to her tiny hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls.
Country: USA. Language: English. Runtime: min entire series. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color. Edit Did You Know? Trivia The opening theme song is featured in the film "A Place in the Sun" Connections Referenced in Everything Wrong with Yet there's a scene in Sunday's eighth and final episode where it's tough not to feel at least a tiny bit of empathy for her.
It's when she's tending to her daughter Camille Amy Adams , who's hunched over in the bathtub, sick out of her gourd from the poison her mother's systematically been spooning her along with doses of feigned concern.
Adora's own mom, she tells her pale and writhing elder daughter, once woke Adora in the dead of night when she was 7 or 8 and took her outside barefoot, in her nightgown. She drove me to the woods, walked me in deep, sat me down and left me.
Took me hours to get home. Based on the Gillian Flynn novel of the same name, the Sharp Objects miniseries revolves around the slowly unfolding mystery of two murdered young girls in the small town of Wind Gap, Missouri. It's a nail-biter of a Southern gothic tale that's spawned detailed theories on the killer's identity. Anyone who watched the finale through the post-credits scene now knows it's Adora's precocious teenage daughter, Amma. After long being poisoned by a mother who desperately needs to feel needed, she turns into a monstrous murderer capable of pulling out her victims' teeth with pliers.
But Sharp Objects is more than a murder mystery. It's a powerful reminder of the ways childhood trauma can kill people off in slower, far more subtle ways. And ultimately how some, like Camille, find the fortitude to turn pain into strength and bravery, while others inflict their suffering on others -- in the case of Adora and Amma, in fatal ways. Before the finale, Adora's husband Alan shares that her mother Joya was impulsive and sadistic, but getting the disturbing details from Adora herself as she's in the very act of terrorizing her own child paints a vivid picture of psychological trauma getting passed from generation to generation.
Joya poisoned Adora's mind and spirit, and she in turn has passed that poison to her daughters, both metaphorically and literally. Move on. Anything else is just selfish. Of course, few forget bad childhoods -- or ever completely move on from them. Camille has left Wind Gap and become a successful big-city reporter, but her sad, wary eyes and the self-inflicted wounds etched across her body show her professional success and baggy black clothes can't ever truly cover her scars.
Still, unlike either her mother or younger sister, Camille somehow manages to emerge from her horrific past armed with a steely determination to do what's right.
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