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Old 08-04-2003, 08:19 AM
I didn't get the feeling that the movie was saying what May did was RIGHT. I sympathized with May and her sense of rejection UNTIL she flipped a screw. The built up sympathy made the whole 3rd act that much more shocking. I thought the rage she unleased was wel above and beyond what those people deserved, but I still loved it. I think some people are getting too hung up on what they think the director was trying to "make" them feel and not what they actually felt themselves. If you felt manipulated that's one thing, but if you felt genuine shock and not really pity, but just think the director intended something else, you aren't really giving the movie a fair shot. Peace!
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