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* There's something sad about when the Lord Duke calls out to the crowd, "The sun has set! Make ready to welcome your princess!" and everyone cheers, not realizing it's already too late.

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* There's something sad about when the herald, Lord Duke Duke, calls out to the crowd, "The sun has set! Make ready to welcome your princess!" and everyone cheers, not realizing it's already too late.


* There's something sad about when the herald calls out, "The sun has set! Make ready to welcome your princess!" and everyone cheers, not realizing it's already too late.

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* There's something sad about when the herald Lord Duke calls out, out to the crowd, "The sun has set! Make ready to welcome your princess!" and everyone cheers, not realizing it's already too late.


* There's something sad about when a herald calls out, "The sun has set! Make ready to welcome your princess!" and everyone cheers, not realizing it's already too late.

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* There's something sad about when a the herald calls out, "The sun has set! Make ready to welcome your princess!" and everyone cheers, not realizing it's already too late.


'''Flora:''' Now, now, we all knew this day had to come...\\

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'''Flora:''' [''tearing up''] Now, now, we all knew this day had to come...\\



* Looking at the movie from Aurora's point of view. She has spent her short life living a simple but very happy existence with her three loving (if overprotective) aunts. Up until then, her biggest concern is helping take care of the house and her aging aunts, and she has lots and lots of friends who love her. She even meets a cute guy in the woods who seems to like her! Then, on her birthday, she goes home and finds out that her beloved aunts have been lying to her your entire life. Aurora's aunts aren't really her aunts, and tonight, they're taking her back to her real parents. Not only that, she's ''royalty'', meaning there's suddenly a kingdom she'll be in charge of one day (which she's completely unprepared for), and she's engaged to someone she doesn't even know. (Or so she think.) Tonight, Aurora will have to leave everything she has ever known behind -- her FirstLove, her friends, the house she grew up in, '''everything'''. [[BreakTheCutie Is it any wonder she breaks down sobbing]]?

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* Looking at the movie from Aurora's point of view. She has spent her short life living a simple but very happy existence with her three loving (if overprotective) aunts. Up until then, her biggest concern is helping take care of the house and her aging aunts, and she has lots and lots of friends who love her. She even meets a cute guy in the woods who seems to like her! Then, on her birthday, she goes home and finds out that her beloved aunts have been lying to her your entire life. Aurora's aunts aren't really her aunts, and tonight, they're taking her back to her real parents. Not only that, she's ''royalty'', meaning there's suddenly a kingdom she'll be in charge of one day (which she's completely unprepared for), and she's engaged to someone she doesn't even know. (Or so she think.) Tonight, Aurora will have to leave everything she has ever known behind -- her FirstLove, her friends, the house she grew up in, '''everything'''. [[BreakTheCutie Is it any wonder she breaks down sobbing]]?sobbing?]]


*** Additionally, just to put salt on the wound, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''WesternAnimation/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.

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*** Additionally, just to put rub salt on in the wound, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''WesternAnimation/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.


*** Additionally, just to add insult to injury, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''WesternAnimation/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.

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*** Additionally, just to add insult to injury, put salt on the wound, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''WesternAnimation/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.


*** Additionally, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''WesternAnimation/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.

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*** Additionally, just to add insult to injury, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''WesternAnimation/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.


*** Additionally, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.

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*** Additionally, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.''WesternAnimation/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.


* There is something very sad about Humbert being told by his son that he won't marry Aurora and then just rushing off to the woods with no more words. As Humbert sits down wondering how he will tell that to Stefan, you can't help but to feel sorry for the man.

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* There is something very sad about Humbert Hubert being told by his son that he won't marry Aurora and then just rushing off to the woods with no more words. As Humbert Hubert sits down wondering how he will tell that to Stefan, you can't help but to feel sorry for the man.


-->'''Fauna:''' Why did we leave her alone?

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-->'''Fauna:''' --->'''Fauna:''' Why did we leave her alone?alone?!
* There's something sad about when a herald calls out, "The sun has set! Make ready to welcome your princess!" and everyone cheers, not realizing it's already too late.

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** Not to mention that they left her alone to give her space. Which gives Maleficent the opportunity to get to her.
-->'''Fauna:''' Why did we leave her alone?

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* There is something very sad about Humbert being told by his son that he won't marry Aurora and then just rushing off to the woods with no more words. As Humbert sits down wondering how he will tell that to Stefan, you can't help but to feel sorry for the man.

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** The way they want so much to keep everyone from suffering that they put everyone else to sleep as well until Aurora awakens also counts. Even in their grieving, they still think about others' well-being.

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*** Additionally, part of her sobbing is re-used from Dopey's crying in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''.

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** As noted under NightmareFuel, Aurora doesn't speak after she and the fairies reach the castle. The last time the audience hears her voice, it's her sobbing.

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