Atonement

May 29, 2008

The movie was pretty blah for me personally. Typical Academy candidate quality as of late. In fact, I’d probably would have rather watched An English Patient again than see Keira Knightley in yet another period piece. However, what is interesting is obvious, yet deceptive, play on the definition of atonement. The movie ends with the author’s definition. As a movie watcher, I experience the definition rather being explicitly told in black-and-white text.

I wonder if I could so exactly express a moment/experience/situation as a model definition.

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