If you look towards the bottom of this article, you can see a sneak peek (first posted by E! News) of Jodie Comer’s character talking effectively to herself — it’s a debate about change, or at the very least what Jesus means to her. This manifestation of the character claims they come to people in different forms and we think that for Villanelle, she is looking for some way to be saved. We think that she also realizes that she’s the person in most control of her ability to do so.
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One of the things that we’ve seen with Villanelle over the years is that she’s tried to find ways to either justify her actions, or at the very least convince herself that she can be better. She may be trying to do so again. What she does need to realize, however, that there is a difference between telling yourself you’re changing and then actually doing it. She needs to figure out the person she wants to be.
Of course, in saying all of this the sneak peek is funny mostly from a silliness standpoint, whether it be Jesus’ inspirational speech or the way that Villanelle sees herself in the first place. She’s incredibly dangerous, but just in viewing this alone you’re reminded of why she’s been one of the most popular characters on TV the past several years.
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