The storyline sees the Canadian actor, who plays death row prison guard Francis Becker, caught in a “dark duet” with Sarsgaard’s inmate character Ray Seward.
“It’s a dark duel. It’s the antagonist’s antagonist. It’s the bad guy to the bad guy, who’s cloaked as an authority figure,” Dillon tells The Hollywood Reporter. “[The writing] instilled that kind of tension in the words and the characters. Continue reading »