Hannibal (2013–2015)
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Bedelia and Hannibal feel their time in Florence is coming to an end; Jack questions Will's loyalty.

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Bedelia and Hannibal feel their time in Florence is coming to an end; Jack questions Will's loyalty.

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Dr. Du Maurier says "but not today" much like Hannibal Lecter did in Silence of the Lambs. See more »

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Chiyo: I met the beast, and I saw him grow.
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A huge leap
10 July 2015 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This particular episode is yet another one which stands out. We saw a remarkable progress in story and got something we were all waiting for.

THE REUNION OF HANNIBAL AND WILL

Somewhere down the line, you will actually start to feel sorry for Will Graham. One could have a horrible life but it would never match his miserable existence. He was framed for murder, arrested, then he was stabbed (gutted) by his friend and psychiatrist, Dr. Hannibal Lecter. He viewed Abigail Hobbs as a daughter and he saw her throat getting slit and die before him. He then recovered, and proceeded to travel to Florence, Italy with Chiyo and she pushed him off a train.

And now, he gets shot by Chiyo. One might start to wonder how worse the fate of a character can be.

Then Hannibal starts sawing into his skull like Hannibal (Anthony Hopkins) did to Paul Krendler in Hannibal (2001).

In the last and final scene, we see him dangling upside down from a meat hook, all bloody and captured, along with Hannibal.

This episode is brilliantly written and well directed. It's a shame that we have just seven episodes left before the season (or maybe the show) comes to an end altogether.


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