Actress Kate Winslet, who starred in the HBO limited series “Mare of Easttown” that concluded earlier this week, notably pushed back on attempts to make her look more attractive in the show.
The HBO page describes the show:
As her life crumbles around her, a small-town Pennsylvania detective Mare Sheehan (Kate Winslet) investigates a local murder. The series explores the dark side of a close community and provides an authentic examination of how family and past tragedies can define our present.
Winslet discussed the character she played with The New York Times, saying, “that [Winslet] has been bowled over by how audiences have fallen ‘in love with this wildly flawed, messy, broken, fragmented, difficult woman. I loved her marks and her scars and her faults and her flaws and the fact that she has no off switch, no stop button. She just knows ‘Go.’’”
Describing the show, Winslet said, “It’s about mothers protecting their children at all costs, and the lengths that a