'true Detective' Writer Nic Pizzolatto Looks Ahead To Future Seasons Of The New Anthology Drama

reference The title True Detective promises not too much of a total restart. Long interrogation sequences are how a lot of True Detective tells its first story. Cops, or cop-like characters, asking and/or answering questions, http://rileyfkal.iloveblog.com/2013/12/14/afterall-creating-search-engine-optimized-websites-is-often-where-the-majority-of-resources-and-effort-is-directed/ will likely remain part of the approach going forward. That might go back to my love of theater and the monologue, but I think theres a way to organically incorporate it, Pizzolatto said. And it wouldnt necessarily occupy the entirety of the story. But this idea of an objective truth versus a spoken truth is something (that) provides a great deal of tension, and its one of my governing curiosities. Beyond that, I tried to make the format as broad for http://www.migente.com/your_page/blog/view_posting.html?pid=4523466&profile_id=8198507&profile_name=titusvflm&user_id=8198507&username=titusvflm my tastes as possible in the sense that, yes, this is almost the True Detective version of a buddy-cop movie hunting for a serial killer. And in that way, it even touches on a lot of those tropes while, I hope, subverting and making them entirely new through the character work. Pizzolatto achieves that in season one. More: http://www.nola.com/tv/index.ssf/2014/01/true_detective_writer_nic_pizz_3.html