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Handmaid’s Tale Season 4: Why Hannah Is Scared Of June

The Handmaid's Tale Season 4 Details

Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Updates: Why Hannah, June Osborne’s daughter, is so scared of her mother? In the last season,  June left the chance of escaping from Gilead to martyr herself so that she can save 86 children and help them escape safely from the country.

Season 4 begins with June struggling with the consequences of her action which leads to an unimaginable bond with Hannah. The consequences for not revealing her fellow Handmaid’s hiding location put June in an intolerable interaction which is crueler than just enduring physical abuse.

In Handmaid’s Tale, the mother and daughter duo see each other for the first time in years in the episode of Season 2, “The Last Ceremony”. June and Hannah were making memories in flashbacks during Season 1.

In season 3, June tries to get her younger daughter Nichole out of Gilead and then dedicates her full time just to get access to her elder daughter Hannah.

Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 June and Hannah’s ‘not so sweet’ Reunion

Handmaid’s Tale Season 4, Episode 3, is dark and frightful but physical abuse is done differently through torture. Gilead has used Hannah to torture June mentally to break her down to the extreme. The reunion of June and Hannah was expected to be fruitful and heartfelt but Hannah was scared of seeing June.

The Handmaid's Tale Season 4 Episode 4 Details

It is hard to realize that Hannah failed to recognize her mother June but this incident describes how Gilead has impacted children like Hannah into such authoritarian administration.

Aunt Lydia, Mrs. MacKenzie, and Commander Lawrence have all told June how her offenses to meet Hannah have caused her mental pain. During The Handmaid’s Tale season 2, Hannah remembers the separation from her mother, June, but those traumatic memories have become blurred, undoubtedly dispatched by over persuasion.

Hannah knows very little, and whatever she knows is a crooked corruption of the truth because keeping girls uninstructed is the way Gilead immortalize the cycle of rape, abuse, and domination. June was destroyed by Hannah’s treatment in Gilead and told Aunt Lydia to kill her.

The Handmaid’s Tale has been adapted from Atwood’s novel, The Testaments, which took 15 years to reveal Hannah’s fate in the second book.

Miller has commented to Cinema Blend that the plot from The Testaments would be included in The Handmaid’s Tales which is up for the fifth installment. According to Miller’s plan and source material, the sweet bonding of June and Hannah and their happy ending is not coming very soon to the viewers.

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