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Setting the stage for a ‘New York love story’
To sell Joe’s romantic appeal from the very first shot, director Lee Toland Krieger gave You the look and feel of an entirely different sort of show.
“I wanted something that felt like a great New York love story, just with a very disturbed protagonist,” Krieger says. “The show opens with these luscious slow-motion shots. There’s that amber glow. It doesn’t feel like a thriller.”