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The Handmaid’s Tale Season 3: Tale of Resistance

Blessed be the fruit, May the lord open.”

The Handmaid’s Tale is one of those things that strike you so deep in your core, where you are the most vulnerable and you. Something you can never really forget it. The Hulu Original adaption of the Canadian author Margaret Atwood’s 1984 novel of the same name raises some fundamental question in 2019.

After the dramatic ending of Season 2, the fans remained eager for the next phase of events. A quick recap of the Season 2 reveals how June decides to stay back in Gilead to rescue her eldest daughter, Hannah. Whereas, Emily runs away with June’s baby, Holly (Nicole) to Canada.

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The trailer for Season 3 left a strong impression in our minds about the upcoming events. Most of the main cast from the previous seasons are back including Aunt Lydia.

One of the visible themes of Season 3 is definitely “resistance”, with June at its centre. She tries to look for allies, like Nick and Serena Joy, to fight for her daughter. During the process, she also tries to break out of the inhumane system.

The political and social landscape of The Handmaid’s Tale is so tangible that it makes us feel slightly uncomfortable. Simultaneously, it makes us rejoice in the moving images of action done against oppression and a determined fight for freedom. The tag of “freedom” is an essential part of the series. The tag, in the beginning, is designed to be removed from the memory of everyone, the women in general and the Handmaiden in particular.

The glimpses of “resistance” are seen when June finds the Latin phrase-“Nolite te bastards carborundum” (Don’t let the bastards grind you down). She somehow finds comfort in it, without understanding it.

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Miller has confirmed with Hollywood Reporter that there is a chance of 10 seasons of the series. In September 2019, Margaret Wood will release a sequel of the novel. It seems like we will have a full and happy year.

Blessed be the fight.”