I was reading articles about the movie and they claim that K was drawn into the world of deception and betrayal. I've watched Blade Runner 2049 several times now, but I'm struggling to find any scenes where K is betrayed.
Am I missing something entirely or does K not get betrayed in the movie?
Quotes from articles: From https://www.13thfloor.co.nz/blade-runner-2049-movie-review/
Ryan Gosling is ‘K,’ a blade runner returning from what appeared to be an ordinary mission to destroy a replicant who ... finds himself drawn into a mind-numbing spiral of deception and betrayal and just what does it even mean to be human?
From Blade Runner and the archiving of memory and identity https://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1734&context=asdpapers
K spots two sets of similarly carved small wooden animals displayed alongside Rachael's photograph in amongst the eclectic surroundings of Deckard's frozen in time Las Vegas hotel residence. The image of the wooden horse - a Trojan horse perhaps, carrying the memory that will ultimately turn out to betray him by belonging to another? - also echoes back to the imagery of the small unicorn origami figure of the first film