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Silence Of The Lambs & Millenium

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I was watching Silenca of the Lambs and i noticed the scene towards the end when Starling meets Jamie Gumb.........it was if she knew that was the killer, and he knew she recognizes him for what he is

Just like Frank knowing right off the bat who the killer is when he sees them and they know he sees them for who they are

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We should recognize that they (Frank and Clarice -[isse ?]) have the same job, they are both profilers in fact, so, it's quite normal they act in the same way... No?

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If I rememberthe good facts, Clarice is not a profiler in Silence of the Lambs.

She's a new FBI's agent, formed in Quantico where she meets Jack Crawford (character based on real profiler John Douglas) who arrested Lecter in the past.

Crawford doesn't want to see Lecter another time ; so he send Hannibal a new agent he doesn't know.

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If I rememberthe good facts, Clarice is not a profiler in Silence of the Lambs.

She's a new FBI's agent, formed in Quantico where she meets Jack Crawford (character based on real profiler John Douglas) who arrested Lecter in the past.

Crawford doesn't want to see Lecter another time ; so he send Hannibal a new agent he doesn't know.

Yes, but she's as a pre-profiler. She's here to understand, to make Hannibal speaking... Er... Do I remember well?

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