The high-profile story of Texas housewife Candy Montgomery is in all respects the perfect material for a chilling true edge. In 1980, a happy wife, mother of two, and local church activist killed her best friend by stabbing her forty-one times with an axe. The formal reason is that women did not share one man, but something else clearly became the catalyst for the manifestation of such perverted cruelty. Classics – childhood trauma? Or the toxic well-being of the environment? Or maybe mental disorders? The new mini-series “Love and Death” is trying to figure out the details of the 40-year-old case – the second film adaptation of the Candy case in a year. And the hosts of the podcast “The Wire” tell whether it is worth watching.