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'Rectify's' Ray McKinnon tries to find what matters

'Rectify's' Ray McKinnon tries to find what matters

Ray McKinnon, "Deadwood's" doomed reverend and the man behind the Sundance Channel's contemplative character study "Rectify," sits in a dark, windowless room in Los Angeles, working with three editors on three different episodes from "Rectify's" upcoming second season, wondering, really, if they should just leave well enough alone.

"We're at a point where you feel like you have the most beautiful rock in the world, but you're pushing it up the hill every day," McKinnon says. "Someone used the word 'luxury' because we've gone from six episodes to 10 this season. We have the 'luxury' of having more room to tell the story. And I thought,...

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