Since foky can't help but necrobump old threads like some kind of spastic, I'll reiterate my comment that this movie doesn't do a good job at delivering a lesson on morality. Less even a presentation about grey morality. It's obvious that's what they TRY to do, they just failed at it. The protagonist glorifying his mother through false memories was stupid and the antagonist's explanations for the protagonist's father being the real badguy was lame duck. The movie is alright. That's all it is. It's an alright, weak window into Hollywood's kike interest in marketing Norse culture. This link, these people, this is like people looking at Black Panther and pulling something out of the "Wakanda now" kike shit. Just because these fucking kikes made a movie with elements of a culture doesn't make the movie culturally relevant. All it is, it's a product. A poorly made product.