Patricide and Greek Tragedy (and such)

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Re: Patricide and Greek Tragedy (and such)

Post by guardienne on Tue 03 Oct 2017, 2:52 am

@skystar when you crossread the scene with what greek tragedy is supposed to be, it makes the most sense. it's unambiguously ambiguous. and you're right, it's very uncomfortable for that reason and i think to the extent that you *can* ride this kind of thing out in a blockbusting movie, it is ridden out. i'm in awe with the movie for that reason, because in that moment it takes itself very serious and succeeds.

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