That sounds very sad...
I think so.
Blame my e-ness. I even feel empathy towards thin, imaginary characters.
oh dear. Things are worse than we all thought.Could you watch it with Andrew? Would that bring some objectivity?
I was tearing up during last ep. We had missed the previous one. I was shocked and was reminding myself they aren't real people.
'We'? Who is 'we'? Your girls aren't old enough yet, are they?Surely not Rob?[Glad I'm not alone. I knew the last couple of eps would be sad so I waited till Andrew was out for the night. I didn't want him to think less of me.]
Oldest (8) has been watching. I wasn't really keen on her watching it but pretty much gave in because I liked it. I had no idea what was coming and was very surprised.
have a chat to Megan. she polished off season 2 last week at night. and as for tears...
I went to a thing on Aristotle and screenwriting this week. Plato agrees that it's pathetic, and wanted to ban poetry/drama. Aristotle thought poetry/drama was a machine for producing catharsis and anamnesis, unforgetting of things/experiences that have disappeared into the background for you. The speaker talked about crying at the end of Field of Dreams, not because it was a convincing movie, but because of recognizing sons love their fathers, and are loved by their fathers, which he knew because of his relationship with his father.