Another cinematic hypothesis…

Chinese take-out boxes are always a signal that a character, usually the protagonist, has basically hit rock-bottom, and that a major change will occur in the next scene (as in, the next proper portion of the current act).

Discuss.

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2 Responses to Another cinematic hypothesis…

  1. Tony Jokin says:

    This one is tough to prove or disprove because of the word “usual” in the hypothesis. But for some reason, this is what immediately came to my mind while reading your hypothesis lol

  2. Dunno B.C. Long before the denouement we have this…

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