"It’s such a beautiful visual form of communication, and yet it’s completely private. If you don’t speak sign language, you don’t know what they’re saying. So it just seemed Coen-esque to have these very sort of lethal characters who have these completely private exchanges in front of other people," Hawley said, referring to the tone of the Coen brothers movie of the same name.
the moment when the whole movie theatre gasped.
Loki loved his mother so much he acknowledged himself as Jotun — the unclean truth inside him that he’s been trying desperately to disprove and scrub out since the moment he first discovered it and lost his sanity — so that he could avenge her death.
If that doesn’t make you hurt inside, you have no soul.