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Don't you understand? Nothing good will come out of this game. All of us being together will not last. We'll take sides, get jealous, and start to hate one another.
Just like it happens when two normal people get married?
Maybe. But that's how it is most times. It's the way nature meant it to be.
You see Helene, that's what makes Phil a bad painter. He paints ordinary pictures that ordinary people will buy.
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I couldn't watch this movie without cringing at the lead girl. She really was hard to watch. I felt like it was like playing dress up for her.
This was apparently 1926 and I couldn't tell how old she was or what. She walked like Paris Hilton, Not Greta Garbo. She didn't seem to know anything about how an upperclass girl acted in 26. Also, did she have an accent? did she not? I really hope I don't see any more of this idiot.
The lead actor though wasn't too bad. I felt like he really carried the movie for me.
It was an OK movie over all. I won't watch it again. I can't bear the audacious acting.
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