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Post from @DailyMovieSketch
Mindhunter (2017)Created by Joe PenhallI recently binge watched this Netflix series (10 episodes of Season 1) and enjoyed it very much. The show is based on a true crime book, and is set in 1977, about two agents – Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany) at the FBI's Behavioural Science Unit, interviewing killers, hoping to gain insight into their psychology, which would help real world cases. The show was pretty fascinating, the cinematography is wonderful, the acting and story are engaging. David Fincher is a Producer and he directed 4 episodes, and his stamp is all over the show – you'll find moments reminding you of "Se7en", "Fight Club", "Zodiac", and "Gone Girl". One of my favourite sequences is a montage that appears in Episode 2, which is superbly done. It's great to see Anna Torv back on screen, she plays Dr Wendy Carr who is a kind of mentor for Ford and Tench. I was a fan of "Fringe", in which she played a lead, so it was nice to see her again. The killers shown interviewed in the series are based on real life serial murderers (I didn't know how close the actors resemble the real life counterparts until after I finished the show and looked up a reference image for this drawing!). The most fascinating among them was Edmund Kemper, played by Cameron Britton on the show. He is an almost 7 foot tall, very articulate inmate, and the actor manages a mix of likeability and intensity in his portrayal. So I drew him, this is a 0.5mm 2B pencil sketch on paper and this is a scanned version of the drawing. You should check out @sripriyatham's drawing of him as well. #302 / 14-Nov-17
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