Listen: Supervisor, Sarah, Sixty Five Minutes discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast
"Gone but i was like i audibly gas because it's like my favorite like guilty pleasure song of all time so i'm like super passionate about this. I love it and so what it just started. I was like what is happening right now. It definitely didn't go unnoticed. It isn't my super guilty. Pleasure song and i noticed mr too so yeah. I one thing that might my my <hes> genre for music is is kind of forgotten your worms. That's beautiful. I liked that so kind of related to that. <hes> something that i hadn't really thought about asking you but that sarah and i talked about i think tiana i talked talked about a couple of times. You've done some interesting things this season and maybe we just didn't catch it until this season at the end credits specifically in that episode <hes> with the <hes> kind of life support monitors kind of beeping into the end of the credits and then slowly fading away and also some other things that you've done with it. Maybe maybe i'm just reading too much into it where the lyrics of the particular songs that are playing at the end of the show stop during the credits <hes> there have been some interesting things there so. Can you talk to us about that as a creative choice and if if a reading too much into that or if that's something that is a real <hes> well. You're not reading too much into anything anything. We do almost everything we do on purpose <hes> just because you know it's not that long a television show when you get right down to it you know somewhere between forty and sixty five minutes. That's not a lot of minutes. Tell a story so every single thing that's on screen and every single thing you hear. This is there because we chose to put put it there. Sometimes you guys go down rabbit holes which are credibly entertaining to me when something is supposed to be simple and you'd have found some real <hes> interesting stuff to mind <hes> <hes> but for the most part you know the the layers of the show. Are there for the audience to peel part to make it more fun because it's on once a week. It's not on every night so there's a couple of technical things about putting songs over the final credits which is just that you know when people binge it. They don't watch the final right so it's kind of it's a experience that is not for everybody is just for the people who decide to walk all the way through <hes> you know i we have incredible sound mixing department and they always are trying interesting things creatively to help. Tell the story from that department. I'm in as opposed to <hes>. Just you know mixing the sound they're trying to mix. It sounded away tells the story so most of those ideas come from them and they are all kind of meaningful meaningful. It's basically their emotional state. In as a department at the end of the episode they kind of say this is how we feel and they expressed that through with the the end of the credits and then we listened to you know as a group and move things around but <hes> you know we have incredible composer and the grapes this music supervisor but in addition we have a great time department that finds you know the music from the audio from the red sox game or that really great sound of <hes> life support when <hes> you know it's hard to have the life support that she's on at the end of that episode. He's really light support support. It's just enough to tell you when she's dead so that sound.."