I drank half of my iced coffee and then added more coffee and this happened a couple of times so I’ve effectively had about 64 ounces of coffee this morning and HOW ARE YOU? HOW ARE THINGS? I CAN SEE THROUGH TIME.
NBC!Hannibal + Food
Is it wrong that whenever I see the food, I think “omg that looks delicious.” O_O
That’s actually something I really love about the show: all the lingering tight shots on the dishes, each immaculately styled and presented with obvious love for the food. Near erotic sensuality, really, which is no accident. The emphasis on presentation is important, because as the best chefs will tell you, you eat with your eyes first; and this makes the audience a complicit and willing participant in the feast, even though we know what’s being served. Yes, it’s terrible. Yes, it’s an atrocity. Yes, I want seconds what the hell kind of question is that this is fucking delicious.
i dreamed a dream in time gone by
when hope was high and life worth living
i dreamed that love would never die
i dreamed the god would be forgiving
but the tigers come at night, with their voices soft as thunder
as they tear your hope apart
as they turn your dream to shaaaaaaame
Even though I got home really late last night, I’m regretting my decision to go straight to bed instead of watching Hannibal first. It seems like this episode killed most of you.
So I set that Hannibal promo shot as my desktop background. On my work machine. That everyone has access to.
I hope someone asks me about it.
Another teaser to whet your appetite…
Augh I can’t even with the shot composition in this show.
A long-ass meta that chronologically goes through the connective tissues that run through scenes in 1.07 and 1.08. These two episodes are basically a duad exploring Hannibal and Will’s respective states of mind as the boundaries between them begin to disintegrate. This meta is focused on Hannibal’s side of that, on the development of Hannibal’s growing understanding of just why he is so fascinated by Will and no-one else, as clarified through the objective lens of Dr Du Maurier, and the narrative pressure of Tobias bearing down on the status quo.
I want to roll around in this meta. So good.
MY BODY IS READY.
SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY