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Nightfly wrote:It simultaneously and graphically conveys a desperate man losing the only thing in the world he cares about (the very thing that sustained his sanity), while also reflecting what a pitiful broken reality it is that the thing he cares so much about is an anthropomorphized rubber ball / silent imaginary friend.
Now, that's sad.
Yeah, it's poignant, but I remember sitting on my couch and turning to see one my buddies damn near bawling at that scene. I hate to say this, but I seriously felt like slapping him and yelling "SNAP OUT OF IT."
There was a whole room of dudes watching that movie and one guy bawling his eyes out. It was a little uncomfortable, but a hell of a lot of fun busting his chops about it the rest of the day.