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  1. aleph_1

    50 Shades

    Okay, I was compelled to see this movie by my wife who has read all three novels in this series. However, this movie struck me as based on values exactly antithetical to Oist values. The main character, Anastasia, was a mouse-like college senior that a billionaire fell into an obsession over because he felt he could dominate her. She didn't bring much to the relationship except submission. What he saw in her is beyond me. He, considering the relationship as a contract, didn't seem to bring much of value either. Their relationship was certainly not a celebration of values. My wife has asked me before to read the series in order to better understand what women want. The only lesson I take from it is that women like fat wallets that can bring them a measure of escape. What am I missing?
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