‘Haunting of Bly Manor’ Star Victoria Pedretti on Why Dani Makes That Big Sacrifice – and That BIGGER Sacrifice

(Warning: This post contains important spoilers for the finale of "The Haunting of Bly Manor".)
In Netflix '"The Haunting of Bly Manor," Mike Flanagan's follow-up to his hit "The Haunting of Hill House" from 2018, the young teacher Dani Clayton (Victoria Pedretti) comes to Bly Manor to work as a nanny for the peculiar, however Precious Flora (Amelie Bea) to become Smith) and Miles (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) who are completely unaware of the actual work she is doing. And with this job in a very haunted house, great sacrifices come from Dani because of her commitment to the children and Jamie (Amelia Eve), the property manager of the property, with whom she ultimately falls in love.
At the beginning of the season finale "The Beast in the Jungle" Dani runs after the lady in the lake / the viola (Kate Siegel), a ghost who has haunted Bly for centuries and who has picked up Flora, in whom Viola believes is her long-dead daughter and plans to pulling her down to join her in her watery grave. Dani makes it to the edge of the water and calls out into the night: “It's you. It's me. It's us ”, a phrase she learned when Miles said it to herself to let the mind of Peter (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) into his own little body. Whatever the reason, it works and the lady in the lake lets go of Flora and goes to Dani.
Pedretti told TheWrap that despite the fact that Dani was a huge sacrifice for Flora, "I don't see how anyone could think that this person could turn away at this moment and not do what they did."
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"She doesn't want her to deal with anything that she has to deal with," said the "you" star. "I think if we treat children right, we should treat them better than we were treated. We need to know that just because we treated children that way, or what we expected from children, or what children can understand for themselves, it has really been minimized to continue these horrific cycles of abuse. I don't think Dani is willing to let a little girl die just to deal with some discomfort. We have to be comfortable sacrificing for the good of the future and for future generations It's very different with another adult, isn't it? "
Dani's decision is big, but far from the ultimate difficult decision she will make in the Bly Manor finale. She ends with the nanny deciding to leave Jamie after years of bliss and return to Bly to commit suicide, knowing that Viola's mind begins to take control of her body and the woman she loves is not more safe around them.
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“There used to be a scene where me and Amelia were filming where Jamie actually wakes up when Dani tries to leave. She confronts them and tries to get them to stay. At this moment you can really see how torn Dani is. Says Pedretti. “But at that point she knows that she has become something else and is suddenly able to do what she couldn't when Flora needed her - that she could hurt someone, which is the last thing they do would like to . She could hurt the person she loves most. She could burden her with this thing that is killing her. And she's not ready to get Jamie to sacrifice this because she doesn't want to be in a relationship where someone has to make sacrifices to be with her. "
Pedretti added, “Both blame each other for their behavior and I think that's nice. Ultimately, she says,“ I'll start taking in all the air. ”And I don't think she can do that. I wouldn't want to . "
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