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What is the meaning of this Snap Pops scene?
Near the end of the first third of the movie We Are What We Are, there is a scene of a kid asking for some food, and his sister putting some "Snap Pops" into his glass of milk. Then the kid whispers: ...
Oct 21 '13 at 20:59
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