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In “The Reader”, does the fact that her young lover did not save the female protagonist in the courtroom when he realized she was illiterate imply forgiveness? - Question/Answer Now Playing


In “The Reader”, does the fact that her young lover did not save the female protagonist in the courtroom when he realized she was illiterate imply forgiveness?

Jan 04, 2011

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In “The Reader”, does the fact that her young lover did not save the female protagonist in the courtroom when he realized she was illiterate imply forgiveness? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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Bass wrote
at Jan 05, 2011 - 8:49 PM
It's really a very powerful film. It's weird, I think because I knew the ending before I saw the film, the part that broke me the most is when he's recording the tapes for her and it's just like... "Don't ask me for something I can't give you." It's apologetic, loving, romantic... but distant and condemning. It works very well.

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