Continuing the "no conspiracy, no help" thought on this page, where Hanna's loneliness comes through visually. It is a cosmic loneliness, millions of miles from help. I'm reminded of my son again, and the value of teaching him to self-soothe when he was small. It's an essential tool at the end of the day to be with oneself, no longer searching. We're probably still not convinced that Hanna is Okay after this page, but she's brought herself back from the brink, with enough strength to keep the show running. In the position she's created for herself - someone people depend on - fulfilling her duties under pressure is the same as being Okay.