Some 17 years after they worked on a case together, Rust Cohle and Martin Hart, then with the Louisiana State Police Criminal Investigation Division are re-interviewed about a case they worked together. They had only been partners for a few months when a naked woman's body was found in a farmer's field. She was posed kneeling before a tree with a crown of deer antlers on her head. The victim is identified as Dora Lange who, as Cohle had predicted, worked as a prostitute. Hart is a family man who does his best to get to know his new partner but Cohle reveals little of himself other than he is divorced and had a child who died. In the course of their investigation, they take an interest in another case, that of Marie Fontenot, a young girl who disappeared some time ago. They may have also found a link between the two cases. Written by
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According to the show's creator, Nic Pizzolatto
, Matthew McConaughey
"has this incredibly complicated chart of where Rust Cohle is emotionally and physically at every beat of those 17 years." See more
The American flag hanging against the wall in the police station is displayed incorrectly with the blue field in the upper right corner. Later, the flag is shown properly displayed with the blue field in the upper left corner. See more
Look, I'd consider myself a realist, all right? But in philosophical terms I'm what's called a pessimist.
Uh, okay, what's 'at mean?
Means I'm bad at parties.
Heh. Lemme tell ya, you ain't great outside-a parties, either.
[They look at each other
Far From Any Road
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