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Why Lou Killed Philip? | Netflix | Connection Between Lou, Vee, Philip?

Why did Lou Killed Philip? : Netflix original Fim LOU was released today on the Platform and the fan is loving it, The show will soon enter the TOP 10 Charts for sure, The film ended with lots of unanswered questions and here we are going to tell you about the same.

We had already discussed Lou’s Death and her survival if you haven’t checked that you can also Visit that Post, from here there are going to be spoilers, so if you haven’t seen the film yet, I will suggest you stop reading further.

How Lou, Vee, Philip, and Hannah Are Related?

Coming to the biggest confusing questions, a few things are clear from the beginning of the film itself, Vee is the Daugther of Hannah and Hannah was the wife of Philip, Now coming to the link between Lou and Philip, If you watched the film closely, Lou reveals that Philip is her son and She gave birth to Philp when she had to get Physical with a gangster during one of her Mission. So by this logic, Philip is the son of Lou or you can say Unwanted Son of Lou.

Why did Lou Killed Philip?

Coming to the next question Why did Lou Killed Philip? Philip was the Son of Lou but still, she Kills him in the last of the film, Lou knows that Philip is gonna Kill Vee and Hannah, Lou has gone through lots of issues in the Past and now she wants to correct everything, She love Vee and Hannah and for their Safety, Lou Killed her own son Philip.

Hope you got the answers for the questions like Why Lou Killed Philip? and what was the connection between Hannah, Lou, Vee, and Philip, Have you seen the Film? what do you think about it?, Please let us know in the comments.

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