Schon mit "Gone Girl" wurde ein Bestsellerroman von Gillian Flynn erfolgreich verfilmt. Nun folgt die Miniserien-Adaption ihres ersten Romans "Sharp Objects". Aber schon die erste Folge der Serie zeigt deutlich, dass dieser Vergleich in die Irre führt: Sharp Objects hat eher Ähnlichkeiten mit True Detective. In beiden. Die HBO-Serie "Sharp Objects" endet abrupt und lässt die Zuschauer fassungslos zurück. Eine Aufklärung folgt in den aufwühlenden.
Sharp Objects (Fernsehserie)Sharp Objects ist eine US-amerikanische Miniserie des Senders HBO. Im deutschsprachigen Raum war sie ab August beim Sender Sky Atlantic HD im. Schon mit "Gone Girl" wurde ein Bestsellerroman von Gillian Flynn erfolgreich verfilmt. Nun folgt die Miniserien-Adaption ihres ersten Romans "Sharp Objects". Aber schon die erste Folge der Serie zeigt deutlich, dass dieser Vergleich in die Irre führt: Sharp Objects hat eher Ähnlichkeiten mit True Detective. In beiden.
Sharp Objekts See a Problem? VideoThe Acid - Tumbling Lights - from Sharp Objects (HBO) 6/19/ · With ‘Sharp Objects’, it repeats this trick and delivers great content. Whether or not we get another season is a question for another day. For now, you can re-visit the story on HBO, if you have the heart for it. Here is a look at the trailer to remind you how terrifying it can get. “Sharp Objects is one of the freshest debut thrillers to come around in a long while. It's a gripping, substantive story, stripped of cliche, and crafted with great style. The characters are refreshingly real, burdened with psychological issues that enrich the story. And the ending, which I was positive I could predict, is unpredictable/5(K). 8/27/ · Before its third act, Sharp Objects implies that its central questions have been answered. Adora (Patricia Clarkson), who has Munchausen syndrome by proxy, has been arrested and charged with the Author: Jen Chaney. Die Journalistin Camille Preaker kehrt in ihre Heimat zurück, um das Verschwinden zweier Mädchen zu recherchieren. Sie wird schon bald von traumatischen Kindheitserinnerungen gequält, woraufhin sie sich mit ihrer Vergangenheit auseinandersetzen. Sharp Objects ist eine US-amerikanische Miniserie des Senders HBO. Im deutschsprachigen Raum war sie ab August beim Sender Sky Atlantic HD im. Sharp Objects. Staffel 1. (59)X-Ray Eine Miniserie nach dem Bestseller von Gillian Flynn ("Gone Girl") und unter der Regie von Jean-Marc Vallée ("Big. Schon mit "Gone Girl" wurde ein Bestsellerroman von Gillian Flynn erfolgreich verfilmt. Nun folgt die Miniserien-Adaption ihres ersten Romans "Sharp Objects". Retrieved December 10, Each episode features a title sequence with a different interpretation of the song "Dance and Angela" by Franz Waxman Jesse Stone Youtube the score of the film A Place Wie Kommt Man Als Frau Schneller the Sun. Police Chief Bill Vickery implies that the boy who saw this is "trash" and can't be trusted. I hate this town. The set up feels too contrived, the world building, shabby and the writing, unimpressive and awkward. If you still have questions about the final Connor Swindells of Sharp Objects after its eight-episode run inlook Jinho Pentagon further. Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. She pretends to be sick to divert Adora's attention away from Amma. They are hypocrites and liars. I was Barcelona Livestream.
I'm not sure I loved it but it's definitely the best written thriller I've read so far this year I did suspect the right people but the twists were still View all 9 comments.
Shelves: , mysteries-thrillers-horror , , only-i-will-like. We are not lacking in female anti-heroes now. The novel and the show complement each other rather well.
Liked the neater ending of the book more though, but the show is a visual feast. Interesting how the show creators chickened out and made Amma older, to not offend our sensibilities?
Amy Adams is fantastic as Camille. Original review If you ask me which words come into my mind first whenever I think of this book, my answer will be: nasty , dark , twisted , disturbing.
In this rather traumatizing psychological thriller Camille Preaker, a troubled newspaper reporter, is sent to her home town to get the inside scoop on the murders of two preteen girls - both were strangled and had their teeth removed.
As we follow Camille on her quest to obtain as much information as possible about the crimes, we learn much more than we bargained for. The small town of Wind Gap, in the fashion of Twin Peaks, is filled to the brim with dark secrets, and not the least of them is the twisted dynamics in Camille's own family For me the most remarkable aspect of this book is that Gillian Flynn succeeds in creating a novel main characters of which are nasty women.
I am so used to books where women are victims and all evil is committed by bad, bad men. Not so in Sharp Objects. Women of Wind Gap are both victims and perpetrators, they are promiscuous and abusive, self-destructive and violent.
Men are only fixtures in their lives and pawns in their sick games. If anything, this is a refreshing twist on the old tired genre of murder mystery.
I liked the psychological aspect of this novel as well. Flynn skillfully portrays how differently people react to the abuse in their lives - some direct the pain onto themselves, some inflict it on others - and both ways are equally damaging to one's psyche.
I definitely wouldn't recommend Sharp Objects to squeamish. There is a lot of disturbing stuff in this book - promiscuous young girls, self-mutilation, sexual abuse, drugs.
This is not a comfort read by any means. However I found it fascinating in a I-can't-stop-watching-this-train-wreck way and hard to put down. I will certainly read Flynn's other novel - Dark Places.
Well, as soon as I psychologically recover from Sharp Objects. View all 11 comments. Jan 02, Kaylin The Re-Read Queen rated it did not like it Shelves: finished-but-wish-i-hadn-t , mystery-and-thriller , why-the-hype.
So I went into this with an open mind maybe I had just started with the wrong book! But I really should have known 1 Star Overview: I should have known better.
But I really should have known better. So I persevered. Actually I think I disliked it more than Gone Girl.
I was initially going to round this up to a two-star, but I realized I didn't have a real reason. I have 'criteria' for all my ratings and in order to earn two-stars from me, a book has to contain some elements I liked.
This contained a handful of descriptions I liked. This was an incredibly creepy simile that I thought painted the scene quite clearly.
Again, I thought this was an incredibly inventive description that also perfectly illustrated the character. Cons: Oh boy. Here we go.
What were these characters supposed to be? Every single character was filled with an intense hatred and cynicism about everything. They were all incredibly violent, shallow people with no other defining characteristics They were all very boring, flat people who just seemed to be awful without any motivation.
But the characters still need to make sense. Everything was needlessly dark? I think a story can be just as dark and twisted as the author feels it needs to be, as long as it still tells the story well This just seemed to include random gritty details or supppppeeerrr intense descriptions.
This book was too short to be so boring The pace was irrationally languid despite the intense subject matter, and it felt like it took chapters and chapters for the characters to stop just discussing things and for things to actually happen.
And then you have those who believe all her characters are horrible people, and that feminism means allowing for female villains and anti-heroes: Including Flynn herself.
Even when when it was revealed the woman was a minor. I have known so many sick women all my life. Women with chronic pain, with ever-gestating diseases.
Women with conditions. Men, sure, they have bone snaps, they have backaches, they have a surgery or two, yank out a tonsil, insert a shiny plastic hip.
I understand a large part of this was related to the situations Camille was raised in and her mother, but it extended to every other character as well.
Not surprising, considering the sheer amount of traffic a woman's body experiences. Tampons and speculums.
Cocks, fingers, vibrators and more, between the legs, from behind, in the mouth. I guessed whodunit less than halfway through.
The reasoning was interesting, though the way it was all revealed match the same odd, explicit tone as the rest of the story. In Conclusion: Safe to say, I will not be reading Dark Places.
View all 56 comments. Aug 04, j e w e l s rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-bejeweled , twister-hall-of-fame.
And some women aren't made to be daughters. And I love it. Well, today I love it. I picked it up years ago, started reading and was like "no way Jose".
I had read Dark Places and Gone Girl and, of course, thought I could handle Sharp Objects, the Gillian Flynn debut. I wasn't ready at the time for this little monster of a book.
The extremely creepy plot revolves around a serial killer in a Missouri town, and the reporter who has returned from Chicago to cover the event.
Just a few of the themes include dysfunctional families, violence and self-harm. But there is so much more.
Give me a book with some meat on its bones! Blake Crouch's Dark Matter got my motor running again and I just couldn't go back to some of those wimpily -made up word written mysteries.
If you're caught in a summer stagnation, wake yourself up with this book. It's probably lying on a shelf in your house somewhere.
Just prepare yourself. Flynn is an expert "description writer" and some of the things she describes are not pretty. At all. As in sick, sick, sick.
I don't need my heroine to be shiny and pristine. Every person in this story has got issues. Who knows what kind of childhood some people endure?
Aren't you curious as to WHY they are weird? I always am! I know some readers are all, "but, I don't really like the characters, I can't root for anyone But, I'm telling you, Gillian Flynn is a master at blueprinting the human psyche into a living breathing character that you won't soon, if ever, forget.
You'll probably even have a nightmare or two, after all, Stephen King is a huge Flynn fan. View all 46 comments. Well, this was a pleasant surprise.
I remember all the ruckus over Gillian Flynn a while back, and my resulting tracing not carving of a mental note on my palm that I should eventually read something by this gal because everybody was all in a tizzy over her wonderfulmousnessity back whenever, and I was confused by that fact based on the book descriptions alone.
It all just sounded like mass market thrillers dressed up in fancy lit fic suits. Ya know, the stuff of mediocre books which sometimes Well, this was a pleasant surprise.
Ya know, the stuff of mediocre books which sometimes get passed to great directors, screen-writers, and actors, and then maybe turned into really good movies.
Basically, I just wanted to understand what the hell was going on with this new girl at the middle school who showed up mid-semester and got all the attention just because her folks were always out of town so you could smoke pot at her house and raid the liquor cabinet or whatever.
I shamefully admit, I was ready and willing to dislike her. Maybe I'm shallow, and so was put off by the pop of it all. Maybe that one time I saw Gone Girl as a stickered best-selling!
Whatever, it doesn't matter. I was wrong. I frequently forget that this is a very frequent occurrence. From the first couple of pages, maybe even the first, I acknowledged my ass-umptions.
The writing is astute in its observations, visceral in its descriptions. And the narrator is all messed up, which hear, hear. I actually stopped when I realized I'd read about pages without looking away, and thought to myself: I should read more thrillers, huh?
Well, no. Most of them that I have come across are not this confidently, this surgically composed. There is no fluffy stuffing here, just good, straight storytelling with the added bonus of cautiously crafted prose.
Also, it's really fucking creepy, and me being creeped out by anything at this point in my life is a pretty tall order.
I mean, aside from spiders and needles and being buried alive and over-sexualized pre-teen Lolita-types who collect and dress like that Bratz line of toy dolls.
Now that shit is creepy. Fortunately, a couple of those things are directly addressed in this novel. My goodness, it must be terrifying having a daughter, or being an adult dude today.
Or a human at all. Yeah, it is. The story itself meanders in a way which is icky, thoroughly hammered out, and fairly unpredictable.
I may be inflating the rating because my expectations were so low, but that doesn't change the fact that I will be reading another novel by this author because she isn't some hack; she just likes to slum a little, subject-wise.
And that's more than okay with me, it turns out. It's pretty fucking good, to be honest. And hope that no one in this novel reminds you of your mother.
Armed with the knowledge that her mother killed Marian and was also friendly with both of the dead girls, Camille arrives at the Preaker house for dinner and a showdown, but she's at an immediate disadvantage thanks to her heavy inebriation.
Amma is also there, clad in a white dress and flower crown of Adora's choosing, but she's clearly ill from Adora's medicine, causing further alarm.
Immediately, Camille pretends to be sick so that her mother will give her medicine in the hopes of saving Amma from facing the same fate as Marian.
Before long, Richard comes to the house looking for Camille. Though Adora's husband, Alan Henry Czerny , tells Richard that Camille isn't home, the detective returns before long with Curry to rescue Camille, knowing she's in trouble.
There, they save Amma and Camille and arrest Adora for poisoning her daughters, and when they find bloody pliers in the house, it seems like all the evidence they need to hold Adora responsible for the deaths of Natalie and Ann, as well.
Afterwards, in the hospital, Richard tells Camille that Adora's "medicine" was really rat poison, and that Amma had built up a tolerance, but Camille hadn't and almost died from her mother's dosage.
In the aftermath of their mother's arrest, Camille brings Amma to live with her in St. Louis, giving her a fresh start far away from Wind Gap.
As the two sisters bond, Amma makes a new young friend in the neighborhood, Mae Iyana Halley , and all finally seems well with the Preaker sisters.
However, Mae later goes missing, troubling both Camille and Amma, but that's nothing compared to Camille's eventual discovery.
While looking through Amma's dollhouse, which she brought to St. Louis, Camille finds pristine white teeth. Starring: Amy Adams , Patricia Clarkson , Elizabeth Perkins.
View All Videos 9. View All Photos Sharp Objects: Miniseries. Critics Consensus: A nearly unbearable slow burn, Sharp Objects maintains its grip with an unshakably grim atmosphere and an outstanding cast led by a superb Amy Adams.
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David Sullivan Chris. Hilary Ward Becca. Jackson Hurst Kirk Lacey. Jennifer Aspen Jeannie Keene. Lulu Wilson Marian Preaker. 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.
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The story ends with Camille learning to be cared for as a child and a daughter for the first time. As she was working as a reporter for Entertainment Weekly while she was writing Sharp Objects , Flynn wrote the book predominantly on nights and weekends, a few hours at a time.
Critical reception has been mostly positive. The film rights to Sharp Objects w ere purchased by Blumhouse Productions and Alliance Films in  with Flynn working as the series' screenwriter.
By Flynn's role had changed to executive producer, alongside Jason Blum and Charles Layton, for a television miniseries adaptation for Entertainment One.
Marti Noxon wrote the pilot script,  combining this role with that of show runner. A straight-to-series-order of eight one-hour episodes, also titled Sharp Objects , was filmed in various California locations and in Barnesville, Georgia in March From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Retrieved January 21,She'd harm herself in more than one way. This is not a comfort read by any means. Alice 7 episodes, Will Blackpink Square Up Devastated, Camille calls Curry, and her boss begs her to come back to Hobbit Im Fernsehen. Books by Gillian Flynn.