What gets to me about this scene is what was left unsaid. He started out so angry, declaring Odin was not his father without a hint of remorse, but as soon as he said those same things to Frigga, the regret on his face was evident. He shook his head as he approached her, as if to say “no, I didn’t mean that”, and reached out, only to be reminded that she was not actually there. The moment she disappeared, you can see on his face, thinking, I’m so stupid.
And perhaps he had thought that he could make it up to her later, apologize when she contacted him next, only to find out that she had died after the prison riot, a riot that he aided by telling the perpetrator what path to take. And now there was no going back, and he had to live knowing that her last memory of him would be of him telling her he’s not his mother. For the first time, he felt the consequences of his own actions, and he could do nothing but rage at himself.
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one of my favorite lines… "Then trust my rage".