Killing Eve centers on two women; both players are women (Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer); both are badass in their own ways, but neither is robotically flawless; both are funny in the midst of violence; and both are emotionally nuanced. Eve is a bored, whip-smart, pay-grade MI5 security officer whose desk-bound job doesn't fulfill her fantasies of being a spy. She catches the child’s eye, smiles, and then exits the restaurant, flipping the entire dish of the girl’s frozen treat right into her lap as she walks out the door. is a mercurial, talented killer who clings to the luxuries her violent job affords her. Killing Eve topples the typical spy-action thriller as these two fiercely intelligent women, equally obsessed with each other, go head to head in an epic game of cat and mouse.The two main girls are just so charming and beautiful,that's the main reason why I stick to finish it.
Villanelle, who looks a bit like Ivanka Trump but with ten times more light (and, also, death) in her eyes, is charming, flirtatious, efficient, and also completely terrifying.I was amazed by her terrific acting!A 25 years old girl~Villanelle is supremely confident about herself----killing so many people without being caught by the police.There is no even relevant information about herself at the authority!Totally proud of herself,and has been committed many tasks,however,she is a bit mentally abnormal.In other words,she lacks love ans is aspired for attention.
But just as Konstantin said,I'm proud of you,but you are so naughty.I really worry about you.She catches the child’s eye, smiles, and then exits the restaurant, flipping the entire dish of the girl’s frozen treat right into her lap as she walks out the door.She is attractive and beautiful and make the play an addictive one.
Despite of her beauty and brightness,she is a killer.Behind her,it's an organization that police are searching.
Eve’s mission is not just to catch Villanelle but to figure out who she’s working for and what their mission is, a process that involves unraveling a tremendous amount of interconnected strands.She has sensitive intuition to confirm the killer must be a woman.And doing some searching by herself.By the way,she looks a little like one of my great teachers.
The sharply written series teeters between black comedy and outright tragedy, never forgetting that there are real human lives at stake as Eve and Villanelle bat each other around. Actually,I think she is really funny.Having breakfast at meeting,make a bet with her boss,she is a kind person and ground approaching.
To end with a wonderful review,Even though it’s easy to see the outline of the road ahead, there are more than enough swerves to keep this season unpredictable and full of suspense. It’s accurate to describe Killing Eve as plot-driven, but it’s equally correct to call it a character study of two women who are, in different contexts, bright, sneaky, and abnormally fascinated with the brutal chess work involved in getting away with homicide.