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Semi-retired, spending more time than I probably should watching movies through my PC.


Jan
22
comment Kid's pictures in Clint Eastwood's True Crime (1999)
I think I see. You mean it's evocative of the archetypal "innocence of youth". Possibly contrasted with the (re)gained religious faith in which soon-to-be-executed Burchell finds comfort (despite being "innocent" of the crime, he can't actually regain that state of childish "innocence"). Even inattentive viewers could react to this even if they don't consciously notice it being played out - I was sharp enough to notice it right down to the level of that replicated signature, but not sharp enough to appreciate why it was being done in the first place! I'm good with that explanation, thanks!
Jan
6
awarded  Supporter
Dec
7
revised Pulp Fiction: Explanation of Jule's ending monologue?
does no harm to clarify what movie we're talking about here
Dec
7
suggested suggested edit on Pulp Fiction: Explanation of Jule's ending monologue?
Dec
6
awarded  Editor
Dec
6
revised Kid's pictures in Clint Eastwood's True Crime (1999)
deleted 6 characters in body
Dec
6
awarded  Student
Dec
6
asked Kid's pictures in Clint Eastwood's True Crime (1999)