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The Extreme Empathy of Hannibal Lecter and How It Applies to Real Life
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1:25:39 - 1:26:48 (01:09)

The extreme empathy of Hannibal Lecter and the character Will Durant from the TV show Hannibal is discussed, as well as how it can be applied in real life situations.

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