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Unformatted text preview: who could provide for her, and dote on her in the way that she was raised to expect, as a southern belle. She is so attention starved that she will move to any male figure, even a complete stranger, to look for some kind of comfort. Deeper yet, it reveals the severity of the mental illness that viewers have already inferred of her possessing. A woman that starved for attention, has very serious problems. This situation lets the viewers know the imminence of her breaking point. After this point in the film, her illness comes to the forefront and is the focal point and catalyst for the events in the duration....
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- Fall '07