Following his strange trip to Minnesota, Graham is taken into custody by Crawford for the probable murder of Abigail Hobbs. They find her severed ear in his kitchen sink and her blood under... See full summary »

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Following his strange trip to Minnesota, Graham is taken into custody by Crawford for the probable murder of Abigail Hobbs. They find her severed ear in his kitchen sink and her blood under his fingernails. Alana is left devastated by the arrest and is determined to find the cause of Graham's dementia, despite Crawford's insistence that there is no underlying cause. She has him draw a clock when he tells her that Dr. Lecter had him perform a similar test, and the results solidify her belief that there is a physical explanation for Graham's instability. Written by wiki

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The ending connects directly to the first three Hannibal films: Hannibal meeting Will is from Manhunter (1986); the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane cells are where Agent Starling first meets Dr. Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs (1991); the music, "Vide Cor Meum" is also in Hannibal (2001). See more »

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Although Will Graham shows symptoms of hemineglect (ignoring one side of space) when drawing a clock for Dr. Lecter and Alana Bloom, he shows no other symptoms. See more »

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Jack Crawford: [to Will] My biggest fear is that we'll learn that you knew what you were doing the whole time.
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3 January 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Finally Will catches up and is able to deduce the vision of an antler deer he always has. The deer is none other than Dr. Hannibal Lector, his friend and psychiatrist whom he never suspected.

When Will finds himself framed for the murders committed by Dr. Lector, he makes one last attempt to solve the mystery of Abigail's supposed murder and goes to Minnesota while being on the run from FBI.

A brilliantly constructed season finale which will definitely leave the viewer hungry for more! It has some breathtaking sequences which reach up to the cinematic height of an artful film, like the depiction of Jack shooting Will and Graham's, reality cum hallucination. The episode begins with a perfectly edited awesome dream like hallucination but reality sequence followed by a confused Graham and some great music! this is also accompanied by some artistic cinematography.

It leaves us waiting for the second season to know the fate of Will Graham and Dr. Lector. It will be interesting to see if Dr. Lector killed Abigail or Will killed her? Even though it is obvious as to who the culprit might be, it will be interesting to see how Abigail's ear got into Will's mouth. The scratches on his arm were probably made in the cabin when he hallucinated of killing her. I wonder if Lector has kept Abigail alive? It seems highly unlikely, but you never know. It was a surprise to see Hannibal crying and expressing grief which was probably a fake. I wonder if the patient who attacked Anderson was Hannibal himself? A fitting and evil smile by Dr. Lector marks the end of the 1st season of this gory but elegant series. A smile which was missing from about 13 episodes, is finally here.

Direction: Great.

Story/Screenplay: Strong. A well constructed and artistic script.

Acting: Mads and Dancy were great. Caroline Dhavernas was impressive.\\ Music: Excellent.

Overall a great finale, providing an excellent build up for the season to come.


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