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Both a gift and a curse, Will Graham has the extraordinary ability to think like his prey—he sees what they see, feels what they feel. But while Graham is pursuing an especially troubling, cannibalistic murderer, Special Agent Jack Crawford teams him with a highly respected psychiatrist – a man with a taste for the criminal minded – Dr. Hannibal Lecter.
Everyone on the planet has his own personal taste especially when it comes to choosing food. If watch the events of the series Hannibal the conclusion is that the events are not included in the scope of normal thinking. This is due to many different kidnappings especially of young and beautiful girls. Local police are taking measures to prevent violations of the law but the lack of demands from the kidnappers leads the police to a standstill. For all remains a mystery maniac intended purpose to engage in such dirty business. For further clarification of the circumstances the case is transferred to the Federal Security Service agent Jack Crawford. With no clues Jack can not promote the process of investigation but feels that soon the situation will turn in the other direction. After the agent found the first victim, whose autopsy clarify important facts he concluded that it was the work of anyone else as of this psychopath. Jack asks for help to one therapist with the hope to get information from him about criminal psychology having confidence that the findings will benefit the investigation. Formed conclusions about the purpose of a criminal cause of the doctor and the agent until recently to question the established speculation.Read more »
The entertaining and horrifying psychological thriller attracts magnificently faithful fan base, with the second season keeping us glued to the screens, biting fingernails. The protagonist Will Graham's quest to assert his innocence and bring down his arch enemy Hannibal Lecter accelerates in the face of disruptions to the trial. The FBI circle surrounding Hannibal shrinks, and he can no longer remain static. The psychological "cat and mouse" games that the audience anticipates so much are at their best with the profound writing from the thoughtful authors. Great work by the cast is complemented by special and sound effects, bringing season 2 to the levels surprisingly surpassing the first. While this series is certainly not for the faint-hearted, Hannibal amazes with its sheer brilliance of venturing into the land where no one ever thought of going before (at least not in the stringent series format). The boundaries are pushed to the limits, and we don't seem to be getting enough of it. Unlike the regular murder-killer drama that we are so used to, Hannibal is an acquired taste. Taste it is, as for the second season we are watching episodes with food-inspired titles, from the French cuisine of the series 1 to the surprising choice of Japanese dishes for this year.Read more »
Hannibal Lecter is a crazy and, at the same time, brilliant psychopathic killer, who ran away to Europe, leaving behind sea of corpses and rivers of blood. Together with him a psychiatrist, Bedelia Du Maurier, escaped too. An agent, Jack Crawford, understood at last, who Doctor Lecter is, but Jack could not stop him. Although Lecter is not at home now, but he is extremely dangerous. His bloodthirstiness does not diminish and inhuman calmness and sureness horrify. Lecter's violence makes the blood freeze in the veins, and his elusiveness drives to a standstill people, who try to catch him. Hannibal is still a few steps ahead his pursuers, and, sometimes, mocks their unsuccessful attempts to catch him. Only one person, Will Graham, is capable to stop Doctor Lecter. Soon brilliant minds of Doctor Lecter and Will Graham are destined to cross. Their fateful battle can change the course of events completely. That's just the point whether Will, who experiences not the best of times, is able to stand the last and decisive battle with the ruthless killer psychotherapist?Read more »