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Unformatted text preview: The film emphasizes cycles and circles in its dialogue, plot points, and imagery. What is it getting at? What do you think they mean? Which other themes and motifs do you see reinforced, and how are they featured? Why are they significant? (Some places to begin: light, love, loyalty, denial, defense, fear, etc.) Would you drink from the Tree of Life? Would you choose to live forever? How does this film relate to our curriculum? In other words, how can you connect it to our literature and ideas? Write notable quotes here; you may find them useful later. (Hint, hint.)...
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- Spring '15
- Light, Isabelle, Spanish conquistador/Queen Isabelle, flesh decays