Guest contributor Jenn Gannon is a pop culture writer, broadcaster and DJ. She lives for reality telly, forgotten pop songs and obscure European actors. In her critical essay on BBC’s I May Destroy You, she looks at the choices we get to make within our narrative.
Every episode of I May Destroy You begins with the deletion of words. The title is tapped out, hot pink and capitalised then back spaced until the “You” disappears. I May Destroy . . .