“Killing Eve Season 4” is finally here, and the lesbian Eve and Villanelle are back.
The “Killing Eve Season 4” story didn’t start from the end of last season’s story. After meeting on the bridge, Eve and Villanelle eventually parted ways and lived separate lives.
Eve became a private investigator, and she pulled her colleagues to investigate the twelve with her. She is no longer the agent who follows the rules, but the one who can keep breaking the rules in order to achieve her goals.
Villanelle lives in the house of a well-meaning priest and tries to pretend to be a good man, but her inner demon never leaves.
Being baptized doesn’t make her really change her mind, and if she’s not careful, she becomes the perverted killer who kills without blinking an eye.
Carolyn was assigned a boring idle job, but she also did not give up her search for the twelve, and even cooperated with her former enemy at the “betrayal”, and told Eve that money was not a problem.
Eve finally tracked down Helene, and to her surprise, Helene also expressed the hope that she would find out the whereabouts of the twelve.
At this time, the twelve corpses appeared one after another all over Europe, and were apparently tortured before they died.
In fact, at this point, what kind of organization the twelve is and what they are going to do, these are no longer important, the “cat and mouse” game between Eve and Villanelle is the key.
These two people both need each other and know that the other person is not good to them.
Eve used to live a very ordinary life, but Villanelle’s presence turned her life upside down.
Although Eve accused Villanelle countless times, she also gave up the opportunity to return to her normal life countless times.
It can be said that Villanelle is the catalyst for the emergence of Eve’s true self.
For Villanelle, Eve is one of the few people in the world who really understands her and can make her look right, and is a “qualified” partner.
So she might be the only one who makes Villanelle care, so that she doesn’t feel like she is alone in this world.
More importantly, of course, Eve is someone Villanelle wants but never gets.
At the end of last season, Eve and Villanelle seemed to finally be “together”, but this season, they’re back to where the “cat-and-mouse” game started.
Only this time it was Eve “running” and Villanelle “chasing”.
“Killing Eve” created two very unique characters, Eve and Villanelle.
As one of the protagonists, Villanelle, of course, has the qualities that the audience likes, but at the same time, her actions constantly remind the audience that this is not a character that can be “redeemed”.
This is not a routine “bad guy redemption” story, the “little pervert” is the “little pervert” after all.
In the first two episodes of “Killing Eve Season 4”, Villanelle, who lives with the pastor Phil and his daughter May, is shown as a “saint”, and May asks her “how are you so good?” , nearly died.
Villanelle kept sending invitations to Eve, asking her to come to her baptism, and the meeting between the two and Eve’s refusal eventually pushed Villanelle back down the road.
Villanelle saw herself in the form of God, and the two sang in harmony, as if her inner demon and angel were at war.
But this is Villanelle, where is there an angelic side.
In the end it was the devil’s side that killed the angel’s side. The devil no longer doubted himself, no longer wondered whether he could change, the devil completely accepted his true face of the devil.
In contrast, Eve is more contradictory. On the one hand, she gave up the life she once had without hesitation, and devoted herself to the pursuit of the twelve.
Today, she can calmly face her inner impulse to violence and desire for stimulation, and become a “social unsettled member” like Villanelle.
But at the same time, she will still reject Villanelle thousands of miles away, refusing to admit that she and Villanelle are the same type of person.
The first season of “Killing Eve” is amazing because its story is completely out of the way, no one can guess what will happen, and the audience has never seen protagonists like Eve and Villanelle.
But the story is broadcast here, nothing can really surprise the audience anymore, everything seems to be in a circle forever.
the twelve is a mystery, but is the mystery really interesting? I’m afraid not.
Therefore, the focus of this drama has long been away from revealing the mystery. It has become a drama that attracts audiences almost entirely by character development.
This season, (at least judging from the few episodes that have aired so far) the sexual tension in the show is just off the charts. The main creator obviously knows exactly what the audience of the show wants to see. piece”.
Like Villanelle and Eve, the entire “Killing Eve” show has oscillated between “change” and “unchanged” to this day.
As one character said “reinvention is a form of avoidance, if too much has changed, is “Killing Eve” still the same “Killing Eve” it used to be?
But if it doesn’t change, does it really make sense to continue editing?
Of course, the biggest difference from previous seasons is that “Killing Eve Season 4” is the last season, and it must have an ending.
I am afraid that few viewers will think that this will be a drama with a happy ending. The question is not whether these characters will have a “bad” outcome, but how “bad” the outcome can be.