New Interview with Maril Davis from ET Online   1 comment

Here is a new interview with Maril Davis from ET Online

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From ET Online:

“Lord, ye gave me a rare woman — and, God! I loved her well.”

Be honest: who else is hysterically sobbing right now after watching Outlander’s heartbreakingly wonderful season two finale? We experienced 90 minutes of timeline shocks and surprises, but watching Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) parting ways at Craigh na Dun was, by far, the episode’s most impactful moment.

More after the jump!

It was such a powerfully romantic and painfully gut-wrenching scene, so we called up Outlander’s executive producer Maril Davis to get the exclusive behind-the-scenes details on how they brought this iconic goodbye with Heughan and Balfe to life from script to screen.

“It’s just such a beautiful moment and just a horrible moment,” Davis said of the couple’s stone sendoff. “He’s trying to say goodbye to the woman that he loves and, in some ways, it’s like you want to make it last forever — but you don’t want to prolong the agony at the same time. I think that scene really captured that.”

Book fans should have noticed that the Fraser’s departure happened much differently than in Diana Gabaldon‘s novel, Dragonfly in Amber. So we asked Davis to break down the biggest differences that happened with our Laird and Lady’s last goodbye, last dance, and last lovemaking.

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  1. An interesting interview

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