“As their marriage comes apart, so does the house’s interior, with key pieces representing each of the women gradually disappearing from the show’s long, static takes. “The challenge was like okay, lets throw away everything we did in the first two seasons and with this one, make it more still,” said Amy Williams, the shows production designer since the beginning. Knowing this season would be shot on 16mm film with considerably slowed-down pacing “was really exciting, because it gave me a huge responsibility to design a space that would support these long takes, without the audience getting too bored,” she said.”

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