Hannibal (2013–2015)
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Antipasto 

After the devastating bloodbath at Lecters home Hannibal establishes a new life for himself in Italy along with the company of his own psychiatrist Bedelia.

Director:

Vincenzo Natali

Writers:

Bryan Fuller (developed for television by), Thomas Harris (characters from the book "Red Dragon") | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Mads Mikkelsen ... Dr. Hannibal Lecter
Hugh Dancy ... Will Graham (credit only)
Caroline Dhavernas ... Dr. Alana Bloom (credit only)
Gillian Anderson ... Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier
Laurence Fishburne ... Jack Crawford (credit only)
Eddie Izzard ... Dr. Abel Gideon
Tom Wisdom ... Anthony Dimmond
Rinaldo Rocco ... Sogliato
Jeremy Crutchley ... Dr. Roman Fell
Zachary Quinto ... Neal Frank
Catherine Tait ... Mrs. Fell
Toni Ellwand Toni Ellwand ... Mrs. Albizzi
David Calderisi ... Mr. Albizzi
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After the devastating bloodbath at Lecters home Hannibal establishes a new life for himself in Italy along with the company of his own psychiatrist Bedelia.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA | Canada | Italy | France

Language:

English | Italian | French

Release Date:

4 June 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Ontario, Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color | Black and White (some sequences)

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

This is the only episode in which Hugh Dancy does not appear. See more »

Goofs

The Italian word 'polizia' is stressed, not on the 'o', but on the second 'i', which is also a long vowel. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Hannibal Lecter: Observe or participate?
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Lulu
Written by Alban Berg
Performed by Pappi Corsicato, Antonello Paliotti
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A tasty Antipasto
5 June 2015 | by Rome723See all my reviews

After the stunning finale of Season 2 I was very curious to see, if they managed to sustain the intense psychological drama and aesthetic imagery as well as finally getting to know what fate some of the characters have met after the events of the last episode.

Compared to Season 2 the focus has, at least for this episode, shifted towards a slower pace, more close-up and slow-motion shots, which are outstandingly appealing to the eye. Even though a little slower, they managed to maintain a suspenseful and dark atmosphere. – Besides grotesque yet brilliant imagery, it offers new insights into characters and concocts a toxic mix of abuse, power, and morbid fascination, ready to reach boiling point.

While it lays bare pieces of the past many cliff-hangers remain unresolved, which are, however, prone to be answered very soon as the storyline converges in Italy. After this I am certainly looking forward to seeing how this new plot line unravels and how the old questions are answered. All in all it was a very good start into this season and it certainly laid the foundation for the episodes to come – it was a tasty Antipasto, there to leave you hungry for the rest of this Italian meal.


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