“I May Destroy You” presents far more than a narrative about navigating life post being raped. It is a conversation starter with a wide range of topics.
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In the season finale of “I May Destroy You,” Arabella processes how to handle seeing her rapist and getting the justice she deserves.
Just as Arabella hits a financial rock bottom, a few old faces reappear. Including the two who sent her life in a tailspin for nearly a year.
Arabella’s family is introduced, just when she and Simon reconnect, and he reveals Terry’s minor part in the January incident.
After Arabella’s breakdown in the last episode, there is a noticeable shift in her attitude. One that is starting to rub some people the wrong way.
Exploitation, Terry’s guilt, and the weird place Theo holds in Arabella’s life is explored in “Happy Animals.”
“I May Destroy You” ventures into dangerous territory as it exhibits a false rape accusation.
What constitutes as rape, be it heterosexual or homosexual sex is the focus as Arabella and Kwame story as they try to speak their truth.
It has been a few weeks now, and Arabella is trying to find her new normal. But, as she finds the means to become intimate, trust is stolen from one of her friends.
We make a three-month jump to the past to when Biagio met Arabella and warned her based on her partying habits.