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Water as a symbol in Fatal Attraction
I noticed the reoccurring use of water in the movie Fatal Attraction. When they first have the affair, the water from the sink appears. Then in the rabbit scene, there is boiling water. And at the ...
Sep 19 '14 at 17:35
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