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I've just started to realize this, inception, mission impossible, James bond, storm breaker, does anyone know why?
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I've just started to realize this, inception, mission impossible, James bond, storm breaker, does anyone know why?
Is it not a form of pathetic fallacy? The disrupted setting/weather reflects the disruption the characters are facing and so increases tension? JUst an idea.
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bc it looks nice
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Moved to Film.
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Is it not a form of pathetic fallacy? The disrupted setting/weather reflects the disruption the characters are facing and so increases tension? JUst an idea.
This sounds a good reasoning.

Plus cold Eastern Europe is stereptypically regarded as spy central.
The chill is a metaphor for the cold war. And for the chilly relations between nations / 2 individuals.

It's a stereotype that's gone on too long,sure.
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(Original post by Picnic1)
This sounds a good reasoning.

Plus cold Eastern Europe is stereptypically regarded as spy central.
The chill is a metaphor for the cold war. And for the chilly relations between nations / 2 individuals.

It's a stereotype that's gone on too long,sure.
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Is it not a form of pathetic fallacy? The disrupted setting/weather reflects the disruption the characters are facing and so increases tension? JUst an idea.
These lot have done English lit no doubt.
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These lot have done English lit no doubt.
Up to and including the first year of a degree in it, yes.
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Up to and including the first year of a degree in it, yes.
Wow.
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Wow.
I know- I sometimes have to pinch myself. It opens so many doors to be able to say that I've done one year and no more of an English degree - doors like Marks and Spencers to do some shopping.
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