what's a scene or something from a movie that stuck with you and that you think about all the time? mine is this one from 20th century women—abbie comes home late from a night out with dorothea’s young son jamie and when abbie asks her if she’s mad, this is her response:

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i can’t think about this scene without getting choked up because how sad is it that your parents will never fully know you, and you will never fully know them as they really are? abbie showing dorothea a photo of her teenage son just *being* is so impactful and beautiful :’)
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it’s hard to articulate how amazing this film is. mike mills is a genius ❤️
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greta and annette’s chemistry in this movie is like something so indescribable to me
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This
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soooo good 😢 there are many moments in that movie that make me so emotional
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I watched movie with my mom and we both gasped
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it’s gut-wrenching 🥺
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yes 100x i was already adoring the movie and this moment solidified that it’ll stick with me forever
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so true, it’s something that i never thought about before i watched it and now i think about it everyday
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The journalist John Moore confronting Lancaster Dodd and this immortal line.
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