Chris Smith and executive producer of Bad Vegan, Ryann Fraser, through their series, have tried to outline how did they build trust with, Sarma Melngailis. Sarma Melngailis is a former restaurant owner.
Spoiler Alert: The article might contain spoilers for “Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives.”
How Did The Team Of Bad Vegan Gain Sarma Melngailis Trust?
If you’re uncovering the truth behind one of New York’s most bewildering public sagas, then sometimes it’s best to go straight to the source. To better understand the truth behind the rise and fall of Manhattan raw food restaurant Pure Food and Wine, ‘Bad Vegan’ manager Chris Smith spoke to the owner. The former owner of the restaurant is Sarma Melngailis. If this interview comes across as Melngailis explaining her story to someone she doesn’t know, that’s because that’s essentially what the audience sees. This lengthy preview formed the basis of the series and unfolded in a way that Smith largely foresaw.
What Was The Interview About?
IThis interview marked the beginning of the series’s process, including talking to different people in the Pure Food and Wine space, from investors to kitchen staff. Melngailis captures the classic public face of trendy culinary as a potential target for long, lasting, money-stealing scams. Strangis is never seen on the camera, but his words and actions are portrayed throughout the series. Melngailis’ recorded phones, this, in fact, includes the camera shooting at the start of the series. This gives a literal voice to his actions at Melngailis and its various business ventures.
What Was The Conclusion Of The Series?
Smith does not think that Sarma would ever be involved in any dark or criminal activities all ber herself. That became the only end that the interviewer got here away with from this complete process, spending time with her, studying her, searching at her history, and searching at what had happened. The interviewer, Smith, had concluded the same. One of the things they found interesting was how many people have different views on Salma’s guilt. They were just trying to portray it. It is their duty to present everything possible and allow the audience to draw their conclusions. The team just wanted to bring the truth in front of their audience rather than show the normal drama.