Hannibal (2013–2015)
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Primavera 

Will Graham awakes from his coma and begins to piece together the events that took place after the bloodbath at Lecters home.

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Dr. Alana Bloom (credit only)
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Will Graham awakes from his coma and begins to piece together the events that took place after the bloodbath at Lecters home.

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The title could also refer to "Primavera", also called "Allegory of Spring", a Botticelli painting with which Hannibal was enamored in his youth. See more »

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Will Graham: [to Rinaldo Pazzi] Praying you catch him? You should be praying he doesn't capture you.
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Why can't they just keep it real?
12 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What is going on with this series? They used to keep it real, true and believable. Now, the fantasy and special effects are eighty percent of the episode. Why do they feel the need to do this? Stop it already! When you keep breaking the trust with the audience or boring them with the abstract, you lose credibility and subsequently frustrate and lose the audience.

The parts of this episode where it was actually real were brilliant. Having Will back is exhilarating and meeting Chief Investigator Pazzi for the first time is simply a joy. Having the two doing scenes together saved the episode and gives me hope.

The series has lost it's way though. It's now just a pretentious pile of poop. Will's visions used to fit well into a real world structure but now the structure has been replaced by misleading abstract diversions, flashbacks, and ridiculous special effects.

Keep it simple. Tell the story. Let the characters work in reality so they can more believably build the suspense and surprise that made it so successful in the first place.

So far, this season is a complete failure. I still have hope though.


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