[The slaying of Joyeuse Frey] was brilliant… It made absolutely total sense because at that point, she’s just witnessed the last breath of her son and then she gets a moment where she’s allowed to vent.
I actually feel, at that point, she is dead herself because as far as she knows that is her last breathing child on earth and he is dead, so she has no reason to keep living. She’s lost absolutely everything that matters to her. … When she screams after he is dead, it’s the frustration, it’s the anger, it’s the loss, it’s poison coming out of her mouth. She wants to die. And then she kills.