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What is the significance of the figures Lizzie Q sees in her final moments in "Killers of the Flower Moon"?

Per the film script, this is "The Committee" that will escort Lizzie to heaven. INT. SUMMER HOUSE - WITH ANCESTORS Empty except for LIZZIE’S ANCESTORS: WARRIOR, MOTHER, FATHER: the ...
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Why is Kelsie reluctant and embarrassed to admit going to the canyon for drinking and partying in "Killers of the Flower Moon"?

I haven't watched it, but in combination perhaps with mild embarrassment about returning to the scene of a crime for something trivial, I believe the time period of the movie is during Prohibition and ...
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Why is Kelsie reluctant and embarrassed to admit going to the canyon for drinking and partying in "Killers of the Flower Moon"?

Yorik's answer highlighted an important point: the Prohibition era setting, where alcohol was illegal. In that context, Kelsie's hesitation to admit to drinking and partying makes sense. However, ...
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Is episode S09E03 a comment on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's success at the awards?

Yes. In 2013, Charlie Day, who plays Charlie Kelly on IASIP, went on the Opie & Anthony Show and heavily implied that IASIP S09E03 “The Gang Tries Desperately to Win an Award” was a metaphor for ...
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