She left her perfume and the next time Hannibal visits Will he will know that she was there right before she left because that’s what she smelled like and he will know for sure and NOPE I’M NOT OKAY
I don’t think it was her usual perfume - it was obviously left behind for Hannibal. The bottle was put in a chair that Hannibal was usually sitting in during his therapy session with Bedelia. I believe it was a message - I can’t recognize the bottle, but perhaps it was something like “Dangerous”, or “Eau de FUCK OFF”.
Can someone in the hannibal fandom send me a list of the triggers in the new episodes that have come out? I really want to watch it but the end of the last season was really bad for me, and I want to stay safe.
My triggers are persecutory hallucinations and delusions, institutionalization, abuse, self harm and eating disorders. Just, using your best judgement do you think it’s worth it for me to watch it?
In my opinion, it wasn’t that bad - not nearly as bad as 1.13. Will is institutionalized, but his encephalitis has been successfully treated. In result, he feels more confident and sane than we’ve ever seen him during the series. He’s not the broken Will from 1.13, he’s an angry Will. The Ravenstag and Wendigo return, but now they seem more like visions leading Will to the truth about Hannibal than like halucinations. They mostly appear in Will’s “mind palace” - or, to be more accurate, mind river. There’s a lot of funny scenes to break the tension. An amazing ep overall, in my opinion.
As for the rest - I don’t want to spoil anything, but I’m not sure if my trigger assesment is the same as yours, so I wrote a short super non-spoilery version and a bit longer one (with tiny spoilers and only directly relating to the triggers mentioned by you).
Short version: no physical abuse, there’s an attempt at mental abuse but it fails in a rather funny way, no eating disorders but some really unapetizing food that makes somebody chuck up some of it, but the person doing the chucking up is rather happy about that. One instance of (flashbacky) force-feeding evidence - turning the music down is highly recommended.