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Can Sonny talk Will into coming back before the stroke of midnight? Enjoy Chandler’s penultimate episode.
Ej is snapping at Kate, telling her that the cleaners are coming, and her boots are made for burning.
Will is in the park with Ari, and tells her that things may be crazy, but he’s going to do whatever he can to protect her, because she’s the most important person in her life. Sonny walks up and tells Will that they’re on the same page. When he found out what happened to Nick, he had two choices, and he chose to protect Ari.
Kate is aghast that her $2000 shoes are going to be cremated, but finally is at peace with it. Gabi gets a text from Sonny telling her that he found Will. The Unholy Three start cackling, but Ej stops them from running out after him.
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Produced by MGM in 1932, Freaks (dir. Tod Browning) was withdrawn upon its initial theatrical release and is one of the few films from the era that remains truly shocking to contemporary audiences. The film features real circus “freaks” and their apparent monstrosity was one of the driving forces of the numerous controversies that plagued the film. Their representation remains a point of contention for the contemporary viewer, and whether or not the film does more harm than good in regards to its subject remains an open question for the socially conscious. The film encounters many of the same legal and ethical issues that freak shows have, offering a cinematic equal to the roadside attractions and circus shows.
Tod Browning’s career had been no stranger to the physically disabled and many of his silent films, including The Unknown (1927) and The Unholy Three (1925) featured prominent characters with physical disabilities. Before coming to Hollywood, »
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