In the Avengers movie:
Thor is trapped in the Hulk's cage by Loki and then sent falling to Earth from the Helicarrier. After he breaks free and lands on Earth, he tries to pick up his hammer Mjolnir.
Instead of showing him just pick Mjolnir up, he hesitates, and the camera closes in on his hand as it makes a fist. Since Thor must be worthy to wield the hammer, was Thor unworthy? Why did they shoot it this way?
I feel like this may be the case because
just prior to falling, he fell for a trick that Loki says he has fallen for many times before, which results in him getting trapped. Thor then watches as Loki kills Agent Coulson, to whom Thor was incredibly respectful.
It seems like this, coupled with his own baggage about feeling responsible for bringing Asgardian trouble to Earth multiple times, shook his self worth, thus making him unworthy.
I only question my reading of the events because it is never stated explicitly and Thor just picks up his hammer in the next scene and is whisked away to battle.
Was it intentionally left subtle?