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Lauren

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  1. I hadn't thought of the trouble one went to building the arbor, thus making it intentional...The implied foliage and walkways beyond could represent the labyrinths of the mind and Milland is being released from the inner twists and turns to those of the outside world. Thanks for the insight on clocks.
  2. I am really enjoying reading the comments and they have expanded my understanding; thank you all! My comment is about Detective McPherson: The introduction of Det. McPherson wandering around the living area of this apartment, analyzing objects most suited to a museum - under Lydecker's hidden gaze - at first makes him appear only curious, and possibly intelligent. As the scene progresses, one's respect for McPherson grows. Like someone schooled in martial arts, he allows his suspect to reveal himself. In just a few minutes, he knows that Lydecker has a superior opinion of himself, is craft
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