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2nd Feb '15 10:26:09 AM MagBas
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* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed [[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really needed for.]] It's not even as if she needed SomeoneToRememberHimBy, since they already had two children.]]
** [[spoiler: OR... now that he is dead, despite the tragedy of the thing, she might actually have a happier ending in a better relationship and the last years of the marriage will not have been useless. ]]

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* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed [[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really needed for.]] It's not even as if she needed SomeoneToRememberHimBy, since they already had two children.]] \n** [[spoiler: OR... now that he is dead, despite the tragedy of the thing, she might actually have a happier ending in a better relationship and the last years of the marriage will not have been useless. ]]
27th Nov '14 6:08:44 PM Thurisaz314
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12th Nov '14 9:06:34 AM Baeraad555
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* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed [[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really needed for.]]]]

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* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed [[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really needed for.]]]] ]] It's not even as if she needed SomeoneToRememberHimBy, since they already had two children.]]
22nd Aug '14 1:02:44 PM BronyoftheOctaves
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* NamesTheSame: Many, ''many'' people thought this film was a remake to the J-Horror film ''Yogen'', which is also called 'Premonition' in English speaking countries.
4th Sep '12 4:04:59 PM Lorialet
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* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed [[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really needed for.]]]]

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* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed [[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really needed for.]]]]]]]]
** [[spoiler: OR... now that he is dead, despite the tragedy of the thing, she might actually have a happier ending in a better relationship and the last years of the marriage will not have been useless. ]]
7th Apr '12 6:02:09 AM CaseOak
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* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed[[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really need for.]]]]

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* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed[[BittersweetEnding supposed [[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really need needed for.]]]]
7th Apr '12 6:01:24 AM CaseOak
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* {{Narm}}: Pick. Any. Scene. The stand-out would be the protagonist drawing a schedule of her husband's remaining days... on a sheet of paper at least A3 size with a children's marker.

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* {{Narm}}: Pick. Any. Scene. The stand-out would be the protagonist drawing a schedule of her husband's remaining days... on a sheet of paper at least A3 size with a children's marker.marker.
* ValuesDissonance: The protagonist actually considers letting her husband die on the basis that ''he will'' cheat on her. [[spoiler:The supposed[[BittersweetEnding silver lining]] to the DownerEnding]] manages to blend misogyny and misandry in an utterly hapless manner: we're asked to be happy that [[spoiler:she's pregnant, suggesting that [[UnfortunateImplications pregnancy should be comfort enough for a bereaved woman and that getting her pregnant was all the man was really need for.]]]]
7th Apr '12 5:32:21 AM CaseOak
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*{{Narm}}: Pick. Any. Scene. The stand-out would be the protagonist drawing a schedule of her husband's remaining days... on a sheet of paper at least A3 size with a children's marker.
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