IGN: It’s fascinating watching him and Will together, that dynamic, and the fact that you do sense, through it all, Hannibal does want this person as his companion. He feels that this is his kindred spirit — and yet can still frame him for murder. Is it interesting for you to find that balance for a person who is so removed from how we would behave that he can perform such seemingly contradictory actions?
Mikkelsen: Oh, absolutely. I mean, let’s put it frankly: it’s a f**ked up relationship. The thing is, I know that he knows, and I also knows that he plays me, and he knows that I know. There’s something about that that is so kinky and weird, right? Hannibal would be extremely disappointed if Will did not use his intelligence to try to nail me. That would disappoint him a lot. But at a certain point he does give in. He does believe that they can walk hand-in-hand down the path, with Abigail Hobbs, into the future. At a certain point he does believe it, and that breaks his heart - that he was weak enough to believe something that he didn’t see was a lie. [x]
where is the lie
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