I was certain a panic attack would come on as we rarely hear a “score” in this show. Usually, any music is happening in the scene itself like on the radio, in the Awesome Stand For The Flag Kneel For The Cross Shirt bar, etc. Yep same, panic attack felt Imminent. Fincher was playing with us, with KKK implications too. I seriously thought the cross was going to fall and go tumbling down the church steps. I was ready, just waiting for it to happen, anticipating how intense the glare from the leader of the March was going to be when it happened. Holden was so out of touch that I expected him to light the cross on fire so that “the killer would notice”! This episode was very well written and explained why this problem existed back then and definitely exists today.
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