With Spector in custody Stella locates his burnt out car and the house where Rose was imprisoned but there is no sign of Rose herself. Stella gets Tom Anderson to interview Katie, who blithely brags about her sexual relationship with Spector whilst Sally Ann inadvertently provides evidence of her husband's guilt. Spector is initially defiant and insolent in interview but Stella breaks down his defences by taking things to a personal level and drawing on his past. He claims superiority as manipulator of people but eventually confesses to the murders and reveals where he is holding Rose. At the same time the vengeful James Tyler is still out to get Spector for his perceived affair with his wife. The police find Rose still alive but Tyler has followed them and there is another shoot-out as he aims his gun at Spector.
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When Stella is having coffee with Tom in her bedroom, she recounts an anecdote "A woman once asked a male friend why men felt threatened by women. He replied that they were afraid that women might laugh at them. When she asked a group of women why women felt threatened by men, they said we're afraid they might kill us." This quote is from a speech given by author Margaret Atwood
who wrote the source novel for The Handmaid's Tale
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At one hour and nineteen minutes in, Paul Spector is seen with one wrist handcuffed to Tom Anderson's wrist. When the shot changes, right before we see the police van moving ahead, the handcuffs disappear. See more
You're a very self-aware person, Stella. You spend a lot of time observing yourself. You have sex in the head. I doubt you've ever fully given yourself to anyone. I doubt you ever truly lose yourself.
And you have?
The thoughts, the feelings that I experience are way beyond anything that you could call fantasies. Sounds and colours are more vivid, odours more intense. My skin becomes sensitive to even the slightest of pressure. The outside world means nothing, only the interior world is real. It ...
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