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Send us your feedback to sceneitcast gmail. You can find Aaron and Wingate on facebook. The sound track was over used and got annoying in this series, sometimes it created unintentional humour when it overlaid pretentious psychobabble, in the scenes with the female psychiatrist, for example. The only interesting scenes were the ones with Lecter and Graham. They were enough to make the series worth watching.
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But yes, falling in love is essentially a fairly selfish experience, and that does describe what we have seen happening all this time between Hannibal and Will Graham. Neither party, for instance, has had, at any point really, a desire to make the other happy except for the most selfish of purposes, although there is a chance that this was rationalized, something also quite common to early romantic relationships.
Hannibal may have tried to provide Will with the family that it was clear that Will wanted with Abigail, but the truth is that he only did this in order to try to create a situation that would want to make Graham stay with him.
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His easy murder of the young girl once it was clear that his lover had betrayed him made this quite clear. Not that Graham is innocent in any of this, however. His own desire to explore that portion of him that all too easily empathized with serial killers may have been nudged awake by Lecter, but there can be little doubt that it was already there. For someone who not only deeply understands everyone he meets but cannot avoid doing so, not knowing oneself must be an unimaginable frustration. To get a taste of that knowledge is dangerous because it is then so difficult to let go of, much as Hannibal found it impossible to release an intellect that he believed to be, finally, an adequate mate for his own.
It often negates our concern for practically anyone or anything else. Even, and especially sometimes, when that love is at an end.
The fact that the plan puts everyone in danger, however, allows Fuller to give us a bit of a curtain call in the episode. Chilton, who should be dead by all rights, gets to express his glee that Hannibal will soon be dead, while taking Alana to task for her sins. We see Dr.
But with all the Christian imagery in the second half of this season and the identification of Will as Jesus—the Lamb—what is truly shocking is just how little Graham cares for the others to be touched by the impending violence. Alana, Margot, Bedelia, and Jack are covered in sins at this point.