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Date Posted: 09:34:04 02/22/09 Sun
Author: Stef
Subject: Re: Very elaborated thoughts about the movie, congratulations, Icaredor
In reply to: Icaredor 's message, "Re: What's the point of the duel?" on 08:59:43 02/21/09 Sat

Hello again Icaredor,

well, it seems like you are an experienced psychoanalyst or a writer yourself, because I think your thoughts are very well elaborated and make sense.

For I while I thought, if you at times might have been involved writing the storybook, but some lines proof you were not. Anyways, your skilled thoughts about the mother-daughter relationships make sense, even tho it might take some times to read your contribution to understand your point of view.

I can’t really add a lot to what you did write, but maybe two things that I think Lost and Delirious intends to share with us. I think that the end of Lost and Delirious is kind of open for a lot of interpretations… it is made in the most awesome way, to let everyone who saw the movie get her /his personal opinion about how it ended. The most easy one is, that Paulie dies by jumping from the roof, but actually we never see this. So we don’t know if her life really goes downhill. It could be another option, that Paulie survives and the whole story would take a different meaning in it. Another might be more surrealistic, that Paulie changes into the bird which flies away… I just think we should not 100 percent take for granted that the end of the movie is the end of Paulie as well. There is a lot of space for interpretation in my eyes.

Second, did you seen the making of Lost and Delirious, especially the one on the Japanese DVD? All the scenes seem to have been discussed by the actors, Leá and maybe more ppl that we don’t see in the making of, so the movie is maybe so realistic, because lots and lots of things are not 100 percent done as a 1:1 realization of a storybook, but often interpreted in a very “lifely” way, so that’s maybe one of the secrets in the movie that on the other side makes it impossible to analyze L&D like a Shakespeare play…

Thanks for your very welcome points of view!

Congratulations again,

Stef

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