A child grows up protected.
Although respected and already an experienced fighter, the growing man envies his older brother.
A the years go by, he is blinded by the heroism of the father and the first-born although he has partaken in a lot of the successes of the latter.
Because of his cleverness which he uses mainly for intriguing and his skill for illusions which he uses in fighting, outsiders mistrust him.
In spite of the love of his family, he feels he does not belong and there is no place for him in the community.
Friends of the brother avoid him more and more openly. He does not notice that these are the consequences of his pretense and scheming, and that HE withdraws himself.
He goes as far as destroying the crowning celebration of his brother, endangering his community in this way.
More and more aggressively he waves a web of intrigue to topple his popular and valiant brother.
And, nevertheless, tells himself this is for the better of the family.
When he finally learns he is adopted, even a hostage, son and heir of an enemy, desperation and fear take his heart.
He does not believe anymore in the love and affection of his family. Thinks even of having been lied to all the time.
The lust for revenge and cruelty - inheritance of his true origin - overpower him.
And from noble motive and the conviction of doing the right thing for his adoption family, he doubles his misfortune.
Desparately searching for acceptance and love, he destroys nearly what is his true home:
Loki is a complicated character. More complex than Thor and his friends, the „Three Warriors“, together. His most important God's gift - his mind - still lets him down in his envy.
Incredibly Shakespeare- the scene in which Loki begs father Odin for love.
One literally sees Loki's heart breaking.
And if one looks at the „Thor“ cut scenes on YouTube …
Loki and Thor by the holy fire, mutually joking about their helmets, nevertheless full of respect for each other.
The boyish joy to ride into battle at Thor's side.
The burden and the courage to position oneself against the own brother to prevent a war.
The guard at Odin's bed and the comforting conversation with his (adoptive) mother.
Finally the hesitation to accept the king's sceptre until mother Frigga confirms that Thor may not come back and he is the only one which can ascend to the throne.
How bitterly your failure feels.
How cruel the rejection by Odin is at the end of the movie – by YOUR father whom you have chosen by killing your genitor!
How understandable your willingness to let go is.
Tom Hiddlestone is HOT! *gg*