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Date Posted: 16:58:51 04/21/08 Mon
Author: Alex Wood
Subject: Re: pauly and tori
In reply to: pain 's message, "Re: pauly and tori" on 08:32:22 04/20/08 Sun

No problem with the idea that Jake was arrogant. Of course he was. (Also dumb: Why would anyone show up for a meeting advertised as "dark noon for you?") But I'm not sure he knew enough about the true nature of Tori's relationship with Pauly to be in a position to take it seriously. We don't see much of his relationship with Tori because that's not what the movie's about. But remember, Tori was doing her darnest to present herself to him and to most of the world as a straight girl who had no real feelings for Pauly. Pauly and Mary may be the only people who knew differently.


>>I guess she redirected the anger toward Jake, which
>>doesn't really make sense because he didn't do
>>anything to her. But to see Tori as the cause of her
>>pain would take Tori off her pedestal.
>i think you are right with the redericting the anger
>toward jake. but i would NOT say like you that jake
>didnīt do nothing to pauli! he didnīt take pauliīs
>love to tori serious and for real. he was arrogant! he
>behaved like the super-hero...like the most boys in
>real life. somebody who take love between women for
>real IS hard to find in our days and this is a problem
>and this shows the film lost and delirious. i think it
>is a film aboutthe leal life... maybe this is the
>reason, why it is so hard to see the film and why it
>hurts so much. "rage more!"

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