Film industry isn't an art form anymore but a noise. Ebert's review of this film put it better than I could, but I find this shot to be the "climax" and arguably most important shot of the entire film. Let's assume when they were younger and lived in the same city they had a sexual relation and, on realization of what a social taboo it was, he left in shame. This would explain why they are both so comfortable being naked around each other and also why the concept of sex is considered to be such a shameful thing in Brendan's world. She sends Brandon a unrecognizable signal by slightly shaking her head, like a "no". You're right, it's a masterpiece. Author — That last girl on the train is the same person, right? Someone connected to his "public life" who he may actually have feelings for more significantly than just lust.
Author — whitestrokes Really loved this, thank you. Near the end when Cissy calls and Brandon is having threesome sex she says, "we are not bad people, we just come from a bad place. The woman on the subway is definitely the same woman each time, but the second time she has made an effort to look good for "that really good looking guy on the subway who keeps checking me out", 2. This makes the ambiguity of the cut to black without his expression breaking one way or the other so significant. I remember I wanted to say other stuff as well, but I forgot it ;- Nevermind, though. Author — OrderMan Great movie and a great dissection, although I agree with the below commenters that there's a few points which aren't quite right imo 1. Someone connected to his "public life" who he may actually have feelings for more significantly than just lust. The roles changed and this time it is Brandon who weights on the decision to sleep with this woman. However, I need to point out a few things that you probably did not understand correctly. I also believe it is one of the best films made that I have seen at least in the last Author — Wow this is a really talented review. She indeed IS weighing on the possibility on having sex with Brandon despite being married, you got that right. While Paddington is often in messy situations, he tries his hardest to get things right. Author — Matt Is Last I think there is a pretty big hint in the movie that there was a legacy of child abuse with the two lead characters. Anyways, I thought your video was great and just wanted to give my two cents. Film industry isn't an art form anymore but a noise. This seems like a trivial detail to bring up, but in the final scene she is visibly more open to a sexual encounter than before. Author — Only Kind of Media Great video, but there are three things I find extremely significant that should be included: However, she crosses her legs out of lust, as an unconscious way of preventing herself from feeling desire towards Brandon, and also because she wants to hide and take off her wedding ring. He is trying to mimic the intimacy he had with his sister, which is arguably even greater than with an unrelated woman. Christensen I'd just like to say, I think the woman on the train is the same in the beginning and the end. This sudden denial of feelings left a void in him, which he is craving to fill with everything sex-related. Paddington is a character trying to find his home, lost in the world. No, Im not This approach works quite well when watching the movie. Ebert's review of this film put it better than I could, but I find this shot to be the "climax" and arguably most important shot of the entire film. This could explain his extreme uneasyness when she is around, tempting him and comfronting himself with feelings he wants to suppress.
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