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Adele (Eve Hewson) has taken over the body of Louise (Simona Brown) and now approaches David (Tom Bateman) in this way - yes But that's not all: Adele was not Adele for a long time, but Rob (Robert Aramayo), who went on a wandering journey via astral projection.
At the end of thethriller series " “The twists fly around the audience's ears and you can argue wonderfully about whether the twists are clever or rarely stupid. Either way, director Erik Richter Strand and his team have decided that it's good now - and omitted the very last, nasty twist of the book.
Six skeletons discovered in the wreck of the "Whydah Gally", a pirate ship which was wrecked in 1717
The remains discovered will be compared to the genetic profile of the wealthy pirate captain Black Sam who was on board during the sinking © Steven Senne / AP / SIPA A replica of the "Whydah Gally" at the Whydah Pirate Museum in Yarmouth DISCOVERED - The remains discovered will be compared to the genetic profile of the wealthy pirate captain Black Sam who was on board during the sinking The bodies of 'at least six pirates were extracted from the wreck of the Whydah Gally, the famous pirate ship
Now is the son getting upset too?
In the book, Rob announces the next, last step of his perfidious plan to the reader: He wants to kill young Adam (played by Tyler Howitt in the series), Louise's son, who realizes that something is wrong with his mom not true. Directoropposite :
“The series is a very faithful implementation of the book, but in the end it goes on in the book. Rob says something like, 'Here I am now with the man of my dreams, and he married me and we are leaving for our life together, but there is still this child.' And then Rob thinks: 'Well, you You know how it is, children have accidents all the time. ”That's the end of the book.
This is a really dark, hard ending, a punch in the pit of your stomach that can really make you angry. I think it actually made a lot of people angry. It's clever, but it's really cruel too.
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In the series, we wanted to find the right balance, on the one hand, to leave the audience in the pit of the stomach with one blow, but on the other hand, people shouldn't have to wonder what's going to happen next. “
The end of the series is a bit more optimistic than the end in the book. Adam realizes that something is wrong with his mother - and the audience has some reason to hope that Rob will be exposed.
By the way, nobody needs to hope for a second season. According to the director, it could only come if the author Sarah Pinborough writes a sequel, which she has no plans at the moment.
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Saint-Brieuc. The demon of the hill of wolves, first punch novel by Dimitri Rouchon-Borie .
© Ouest-France Dimitri Rouchon-Borie is a journalist and legal columnist for the “Télégramme”, in Saint-Brieuc. Booksellers' favorite, excellent reviews, winner of the RTBF Première prize… The demon of the hill of wolves is a first noticed novel. Dimitri Rouchon-Borie, author of the book Le Démon de la Colline aux Loups, winner of the RTBF Première prize, drew on his experience as a legal columnist for the daily Le Télégramme, in Saint-Brieuc , to write his story.