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From: Ido Date Added: 4/14/2013 10:44:47 AM

In fairytales, ntnhiog would happen to children if their mothers were left alive to protect them. Most mothers die to allow for adventure, replaced with witches. This is alarming but psychologically probably useful for children, helping them to master and conquer their greatest fear. I don't think it's any accident that movie wives die so middle aged men can likewise explore the world untethered. (Wish fulfillment perhaps?) Films really only linger on the beginnings of relationships, the cute meet and the race to (and away from) the altar. Happily ever after never amounts to much drama, at least not in contemporary mainstream American film. Marriages are more fully explored in European fare make of that what you will.

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