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Facing a plunging birth rate, the fundamentalist regime treats women as property of the state and, as one of the few remaining fertile women, Moss's character is ritualistically raped in an attempt to help repopulate the world.
The misogyny is so overt and outsized that this part of the show still reads as surreal. There, Moss's character is known as June, not, as she's later called, Offred—literally of-Fred, her Commander, played by Joseph Fiennes.
"Every episode is so jam-packed with so much that I think it would almost be a shame to overdose too quickly on it. It’s filled with nuance, it’s complicated.""It’s something where you may need a second to step back and think about what you’ve seen," she continued.
"I also think it’s important to not lose that sort of fun appointment television kind of thing, where you can talk about it the next day at the water cooler and everyone analyzes it and looks forward to the next installment.
I took it personally in a way that I perhaps would not have if it wasn’t November 8th.
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - AUGUST 27: Actors Jon Hamm (L) and Elisabeth Moss attend the 2010 Entertainment Weekly and Women In Film Pre-Emmy party sponsored by L'Oreal Paris at Restaurant at The Sunset Marquis Hotel on August 27, 2010 in West Hollywood, California.