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I took it to mean they were both the Escape Artist, in their own ways, but that really Liam was the true escape artist and his mantle effectively passed to Burton by the end of the series. Whilst Burton was able to get criminals off and be a successful lawyer, thus ensuring their "escape", Foyle at the start appears to be the true Escape Artist. As you ...
Football is incredibly important to the main character, Pat, and his family. In that context, a playbook is "a compilation of strategies the team would like to use during games". This usage is reinforced by the playbook graphics on the film's promotional materials. The poster uses quotes from each character as explanations for their "plays", which I ...
I believe it also stands for a "false flag event." Something fake used to bring about war for gaining political, monetary and a general increase in over all power.
When she folds the label, she defines and claims her adult identity. She has her own apartment, she appreciates her relationships but she isn't defined by them, she has work and an artistic identity. She owns herself, and she defines herself independently. She isn't her friend's Frances, or her parent's last name, or undateable. She's Frances Ha. It's the ...
I see it as code for "Frances Undatable", due to use of the phrase "Ha Ha" in the movie after a character says that
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