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Their second son, John (Kyle Chandler), works with the local sheriff’s office, while Kevin (Norbert Leo Butz), their third, refurbishes boats at the harbour.But it was only on the set of Bloodline that she realised modern television drama came together with a freeness she hadn’t felt since making films in the Seventies – the same freeness that allowed Malick to send his cast and crew hurtling across the desert on a whim during the shooting of Badlands, on hare-brained quests to capture a scene, or even a single shot, while the light was right.There was no way for her to work out who Sally Rayburn was before filming began, for example, because Bloodline’s script wasn’t finished until shortly before the final scenes were shot.Spacek can do naive better than anyone, but in her very best roles, it comes tempered by an inscrutability that feels – and often proves to be – very dangerous indeed.So while her latest role is, in one respect, different to almost everything that’s come before, it could hardly be called a waste of Spacek.Asda is to sell lotions with more “masculine” scents such as liniment and musk alongside its “girly” selection.
Asda buyer Clare Jenkins said: “Our new range will have an image which goes well with a strong sense of masculinity.” The British Skin Foundation says millions of British men do not wear sun cream because they are too ignorant or too arrogant to do so.
Spacek could be eight years old in that shot, or 25.
(The character is 15; the actress 23.)In Brian De Palma’s Carrie, three years later, she played a virginal 1970s high-schooler, but one with the kind of soul-peeling death stare you might expect to see in an occult medieval etching.
We don’t know what’s going to happen because I don’t even think they (series creators Todd A Kessler, Glenn Kessler and Daniel Zelman) know what’s going to happen.
They watch what we’re doing and say, ‘Okay, let’s follow that.’ And creatively, I respect that so much.
Think Martin Scorsese’s Cape Fear remake, or Lee Daniels’ The Paperboy, or Body Heat, with Kathleen Turner glistening in the dark – and then dial it down a little, because, with 13 hour-long episodes to fill, Bloodline has to burn considerably more slowly.