After the opening scene of the clip where we learn about Sana’s past bullying experience this is a scene that hurt the most during the clip.
You realize how alone Sana must feel, how powerless over her life that she even decides to isolate herself from Isak, with who she shares one of the most close and incredible bonds than with anyone else on the show. She is so hurt that she needs to feel like she has some control over the situation, and that she has to put all these walls around her to make sure she will never hurt anyone and she will never get hurt again. When we see her distancing herself from the girl squad we think they hurt her (some even without realising they did so) and thus, she is isolating herself from them to not get hurt again. But with Isak it’s different. She feels guilty about Isak getting hurt, that was apparent in the clip right before the hiatus, she believes she is to blame for the balloon squad fight and so believes she hurt Isak. So she pushes him away too, because even though he didn’t hurt her, she feels like she hurt him and that brings a lot more pain to her than the other way round.
And then we have the sentence “Du er alene” which can be viewed from more than one perspective.
-She feels alone and so projects those feelings on Isak and tells him that he is alone too, much like Even would say “everybody is alone anyways”.
-It’s also a cut-out sign of her distancing herself from him, she basically tells him that she won’t help him with the biology course, which translates to her attempting to remove herself from their bond.
-Last but not least, it is a low blow for Isak who told Even last season “Du er ikke alene” only to now be told by Sana the excact opposite. His mind definetely made that connection the minute he heard that, and i’m interested to see how he interprets it.
Let’s hope Isak will see through Sana, approach her and help her with what she’s going through just like Sana did for Isak last season. She deserves it that’s for sure.