‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ leaves a great mystery about Kiri unsolved

    Avatar: The Path of Water It is only the beginning of the story if James Cameron manages to fulfill his plan of four sequel films of the well-known Avatar.

    The long-awaited sequel is now in theaters and introduces fans to the new generation of the Sully family. Among the Sullys’ children, however, is their adoptive daughter Kiri (voiced by Sigourney Weaver ) which is most intriguing.

    Although the film does not end with a cliffhanger, Cameron uses the events of the path of water to prepare for what is to come. As a result, she leaves a great mystery about Kiri unsolved by the time the credits roll.

    It will surely be something that will be dealt with in avatar 3 and more ahead, but to delve deeper into the mystery and speculate on the possible answer, we have to get into some spoilers for the new movie.

    at the beginning of Avatar: The Sense of Water it is revealed that Kiri was “born from Grace’s avatar”, but no one quite knows how. She is the biological daughter of Dr. Grace Augustine’s avatar, Sigourney Weaver’s character in the first film.

    If you need a recap, Grace was mortally wounded and despite an attempt to use the Tree of Souls to transfer Grace’s consciousness into her avatar form, Grace was too weak and passed away before the process could be successfully completed. .

    Before he died, he told Jake that he had seen Eywa, who is the guiding force of life on Pandora and who the Na’vi believe keeps the ecosystem in perfect balance. The Na’vi can use the Tree of Souls to “communicate” with Eywa, as well as bond with all of their fellow Na’vi.

    It’s unclear if Grace’s avatar was pregnant with Kiri at the time of the botched procedure, and in fact, we don’t even know who Kiri’s father is. It is possible that when Grace’s avatar was wandering Pandora she encountered a Na’vi, but it seems unlikely.

    What is clear is that Kiri has a strong connection to Eywa, and says that he can hear and feel her. Kiri even has the ability to control the flora and fauna of the seas surrounding the Metkayina clan, where the Sully family moves to escape Quaritch and the GDR.

    At one point, Kiri connects to the Tree of Spirits, which is the Metkayin equivalent of the Tree of Souls. He sees Grace and has a brief conversation with her before Kiri has a seizure that nearly kills her.

    The seizure is believed to have been caused by frontal lobe epilepsy, which could also cause the other symptoms Kiri has been having, including visions and the belief that he is listening to Eywa. However, the Metkayina clan believes that it is due to something more spiritual and that it is the result of Kiri’s connection to Eywa.

    Could it be that Eywa is behind Kiri’s birth, using her as a way to keep Grace alive? Eywa may not have been able to exactly transfer Grace as we knew her at the time of her death, but she was able to keep her spirit intact and as Kiri grows older, she will become more like the Grace we knew.

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    This would explain the singular choice of Sigourney Weaver for the role of Kiri, since if she becomes some kind of clone of Grace’s avatar, it would make sense for Weaver to voice the character.

    We know that avatar 4 will have a time jump, so Kiri won’t be a teenager forever in the series, and we’ll see an older version of her at some point (assuming she survives the third movie, that is).

    For now we are just speculating, of course, but the great mystery surrounding Kiri’s origins and his connection to Eywa is something that will be explored in future films. “Obviously the puzzles surrounding Kiri are not resolved, and that’s for a reason,” Cameron told Digital Spy.

    Will we have the answer in avatar 3? Hopefully, we’ll just have to wait until December 2024 to find out.

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‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ leaves a great mystery about Kiri unsolved

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