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11th Nov '17 12:57:44 PM GothicProphet
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* ''Theatre/{{Elisabeth}}'': "Die Schatten werden länger" ("The Shadows Grow Longer") is about Death trying to seduce Rudolf into suicide. In many, ''many'' productions, it's played as Death [[HoYay trying to seduce Rudolf]].
30th Oct '17 1:40:08 PM morenohijazo
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* ''WebVideo/{{Petscop}}'': In Evencare, there are signs about bringing pets home. Two of them say "When choosing pets, pick somebody that you like. You don't have to love them right away," and "Don't be discouraged if they run from you! They really want a home. They're afraid. Show them there's nothing to be afraid of." There's a pet who's kept in a cage, and is awarded for staying there. Its description is "Amber is a young ball. She's afraid to leave home. If her home is good, this is not a problem. She is very heavy, and that makes her life a little harder, as well as yours. What's the safest place you can put her in? You should start thinking about that." [[{{Foreshadowing}} In hindsight]], the reactive attachment disorder themes were there from the beginning. [[spoiler:And to bring it home, there are three different versions of Care available as pets.]]
21st Apr '17 10:15:13 PM ShadowHog
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** ''DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything/{{Zootopia}}''
17th Apr '17 4:50:43 AM NightShade96
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** ''DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything/{{Zootopia}}''
15th Mar '17 8:47:31 AM DustSnitch
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* ''Theatre/{{Brand}}'' by Creator/HenrikIbsen has a jarring Christmas scene involving a homeless mother and her child knocking at Brand's door, begging for clothes for her frozen child. The scene plays heavily into the legends of St. Martin and other saints, sharing their clothes with a beggar in the snow, who turns out to be Christ. It also plays in on the Christmas gospel, with the mother Mary seeking shelter and giving birth (at Christmas, of course) to {{Jesus}} himself. To drive the point home, Brand`s own son is dead, and his wife grieves over her dead son. But given the Christmas references, it is impossible ''not'' to share with the paupers. The scene makes an {{anvilicious}} TearJerker, because we know this is breaking Agnes completely.

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* ''Theatre/{{Brand}}'' by Creator/HenrikIbsen has a jarring Christmas scene involving a homeless mother and her child knocking at Brand's door, begging for clothes for her frozen child. The scene plays heavily into the legends of St. Martin and other saints, sharing their clothes with a beggar in the snow, who turns out to be Christ. It also plays in on the Christmas gospel, with the mother Mary seeking shelter and giving birth (at Christmas, of course) to {{Jesus}} UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} himself. To drive the point home, Brand`s own son is dead, and his wife grieves over her dead son. But given the Christmas references, it is impossible ''not'' to share with the paupers. The scene makes an {{anvilicious}} TearJerker, because we know this is breaking Agnes completely.
28th Feb '17 6:21:23 PM bt8257
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28th Feb '17 2:16:49 PM triassicranger
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* In ''Theatre/IntoTheWoods'', there is a clear parallel between the Big Bad Wolf and Prince Charming; they are played by the same actor. Reminds me of the warnings that all males can be predators.
1st Feb '17 6:48:48 AM ectostar
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* Sexual meanings: DidTheyOrDidntThey, EroticEating, GRatedSex, DoubleEntendre and its sister trope LampshadedDoubleEntendre, CompensatingForSomething, PhallicWeapon and VisualInnuendo

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* Sexual meanings: DidTheyOrDidntThey, EroticEating, GRatedSex, DoubleEntendre and its sister trope LampshadedDoubleEntendre, CompensatingForSomething, PhallicWeapon and VisualInnuendoVisualInnuendo.



* Drug-related meanings: ICantBelieveItsNotHeroin, FantasticDrug, DrunkOnMilk, GRatedDrug
* Birth symbolism: NotReallyABirthScene

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* Drug-related meanings: ICantBelieveItsNotHeroin, FantasticDrug, DrunkOnMilk, GRatedDrug
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* Birth symbolism: NotReallyABirthScene
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5th Jan '17 6:05:16 PM Wyldchyld
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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Pyrrha unlocks Jaune's Aura so he can use magic like the other students. The ritual involves a lot of touching and a vow of protection that sounds romantic if taken out of context. And Pyrrha feels exhausted afterwards. And she is canonically attracted to Jaune. Do you see where we're going here?
-->'''[[http://m-azing.tumblr.com/post/92179279292/m-azing-okay-people-reblogged-that-soul-sex-gif Blogger]]''':''...and I just noticed that Pyrrha actually strokes his chest. (...) Just real casually drags her hand down his torso while she’s meshing souls with a boy she met a couple hours ago.''
** And immediately before that, the writers threw subtlety out the window when Pyrrha [[ItMakesSenseInContext spears Jaune, by his clothes, to a tree trunk]]. Huntress-and-prey motif, much?
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