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Significance of the Owl in "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy"

If I had to guess, I think that maybe the director chose to stray from the literary narrative, or add more symbolism to the owl's role in that scene than perhaps the author originally intended. In my ...
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Loop of Marties in "Back to the Future 1"

That is an interesting question. The thing is, I don't think there was a loop. See, before Marty goes to the past, he gets a flier about the clock being struck by lightning. This information helps him ...
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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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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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What are the "ghosts" seen by Marianne?

Those aren't ghosts. The story is told in memory. There's a scene where the story of Orpheus and Eurydice. Together they are escaping the underworld together and Eurydice says, "turn around,"...
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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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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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