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re: No defense of the character; indefensible
Last Edit: Ann 08:58 pm EDT 10/11/19
Posted by: Ann 08:54 pm EDT 10/11/19
In reply to: No defense of the character; indefensible - Delvino 08:45 pm EDT 10/11/19

Jules doesn't take him back, but that would be really crazy/awful. But I think she's still something of a mess, from the set-back he put her through. And I don't think he really wants her back - I don't think he really wants a relationship.

And I'm not saying such a person can't be written about, and him being a shit wasn't a deal-breaker for me. I just didn't find the play came completely together by the end, while I know others feel differently.

What consequences did he face? The loss of a nothing job? I don't remember now what the final situation is with him and his child. But, as he's ready to hook up again, I didn't think he was really paying a price for anything (and again, not a deal-breaker). (I didn't read Brantley's review.)
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