“I’m just a young girl”: Julia Garner Narrates Ruth Langmore as Netflix Bids Farewell to Her Character in a Heartwarming Poetic Montage

If there’s one thing that you can expect from Ozark is that characters are most definitely going to die. Everyone was sure that the Byrdes would not make it out this time. But the writers decided they would and instead killed off one of the fan favorites. Ruth’s death not only came as a shocker but was also heartbreaking considering how much she had sacrificed for the Byrdes. Fans aren’t over her death yet, which is why Netflix has just released a short farewell clip for Ruth Langmore,...
The video opens with Ruth taking out a gun and we are immediately reminded that Ruth comes from a crime family. The Langmores were natives of the Ozark until the Byrdes’ arrival. We see her punching people, kicking a grown man out of the yacht, and also getting kidnapped and tortured. Julia Garner narrates, ” I used to not even think about the future because, you know, what was the point? So I’d get mad. Get into trouble.” But behind that roughness was a young girl wanting love and...
— Netflix (@netflix) May 12, 2022 Garner says, “I’ve been trying to be a better person. Think about people besides just myself. But I know I gotta keep myself right. Because if I don’t, I’ll lose everything.”
She reconnects with Wyatt and his wife, Darlene. But her one family is taken away again, and she goes berserk. She is grieving, and the voiceover continues. ,And I’m trying my best every day. But I’m just a young girl.”
ALSO READ: “He’s the shadow cast over all of it (‘Ozark’ season 4)”: Chris Mundy Explains Ben’s Resurrection and Wendy’s Mania in the Finale there were too many deaths in Ozark, but none as gut-wrenching as Ruth’s. Ruth was young and taken over by grief. The actress knew Ruth’s choices would get her killed.
Ozark’s final episodes are streaming on Netflix. The post “I’m just a young girl”: Julia Garner Narrates Ruth Langmore as Netflix Bids Farewell to Her Character in a Heartwarming Poetic Montage appeared first on Netflix Junkie,

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