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deletedApr 14Liked by Zoe Curzi
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I finally watched this, I'd never seen the movie! Excellent speech, so well-articulated and well-performed (I'm also an actress, so that always stands out to me). But yes-- like you said, he seems to be the bad guy. It's hard for me not to agree with him. Perhaps there's a paradox here; he is at once right and wrong. Sometimes we must do things by necessity that are wrong, but nonetheless necessary-- and perhaps the only prosocial path forward is to nevertheless be willing to pay the cost for having done something wrong, even if it was the only thing to do-- even if we would do it again if put in the same situation again. There's something non-dual in that.

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