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“I see it as a lesson for the depressed-artist type personality.
Mona says several times, "I don't care" and has unrealistic expectations of her life, tries to make people who have more/worked . . .”
JP Bailey, MA on Vagabond, about 10 hours ago.
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thepoliticalcat on Making Riot in Cell Block 11, about 11 hours ago.
“Yes women must always be portrayed as delicate feathers - otherwise the director hates women. The 1950s is calling.”
cinesimon on Breaking the Waves and Emotional Editing, about 11 hours ago.
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