The hidden emotions of the protagonists of ‘Money heist’ that you surely overlooked
The feelings of each of the characters have been highlighted somewhere in the chapters. Now, we show you six of the most important moments in which emotion was the protagonist.
TOKYO’S LOVE FOR HIS MOTHER.
Wanted, Tokio risked her life just to speak to her mother one last time. After being selected by The Professor for his gang of robbers, she learned of her mother’s death and experienced the pain of not being able to say goodbye to her. One of the moments in which Tokio was most vulnerable and expressed all her feelings was when she remembered with Rio the most beautiful anecdote she had with her. His mother was the only one who always got him to overcome his fears.
NAIROBI, A MOTHER WITH A BROKEN HEART.
Nairobi revealed to Tokyo the whole truth about the harsh history of her past and the reason why her young son was taken from her. In a moment of Tokyo’s anger, she blamed her friend for wanting to go ahead with the plan just to get her child back, but was it the most logical thing to do? Nairobi realized his mistakes and opened up to Rio after thinking about his future even though his decision would break his heart.
TRIBUTE TO THE PROFESSOR’S FATHER.
The professor revealed that the original idea for the biggest heist in history came from his father. After his death, he decided to pay homage to him by carrying it out himself. One of the hardest moments was when he had to get rid of the last memories he had with him so as not to be caught by the police.
MOSCOW’S HUGE BLAME.
In the last hours of Moscow’s life, he decided to open his heart and confess his feelings. Despite being delusional, he used Tokio as armor so he could spill the truth about his history with Denver’s mother. A hard moment in which in the end, he was able to let go of the guilt he carried inside.
RAQUEL’S STRUGGLE AGAINST SEXISM.
Raquel Murillo was honest with The Professor when she told him her story. Her ex-husband was an abuser and despite this, she separated without filing a complaint against him. Upon learning that he had begun a relationship with her sister, she decided to empower himself and denounce that man who intended to make his family’s life hell.
ALISON’S STRUGGLE TO LOVE HERSELF.
Alison Parker suffered from abuse from her classmates. Nairobi realized this and decided to raise her self-esteem with a talk that could change her life and her way of thinking. Before the robbery, self-love was more important and the robber did not hesitate to help the hostage.