Does anyone else notice how soft Brody’s face is here? It’s not weathered and rough like it usually is, but smaller and rounder and smoother. The lighting is brilliant and he looks like much more vulnerable and free than before. Nazir is dead and he doesn’t have to lie anymore. He can just be himself - or figure out who that is. It’s as if he just can’t believe that the past eight years is finally over but he’s so happy that it is. It’s a sense of awe and wonder and hope and sorrow and a new beginning.