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Movie Minutes:(47)女孩翠西在一辆公共汽车后面,用一块破烂的浴室窗帘布把自己的裸体裹起来,她正在四处寻找自己的弟弟桑尼,就好像他是一只小狗一样……





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The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what,  looks like Winnipeg, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared.

 

Now that's a straightforward description of the plot and the movie does have one which is fairly lurid and melodramatic in places. Tracey has parents who don't really understand her, who are borderline abusive, send her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on and abused and humiliated by the mean girls at school. There's a lot of the baggage of a standard teenage melodrama.

 

What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell it out of chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic way so that a scene flows into a scene backwards and forwards, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technique almost where the screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images that overlap and play off each other, and kind of suggest a free-associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story.

 

And this makes a big difference.It takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, overwrought almost by-the-number study of teenage unhappiness and really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filtered and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in the anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress and who helps to make this movie that again, I think might not have been convincing if it had been done another way into something that's really powerful and unusual and interesting.

 

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The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald.  It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what looks like * *, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared.


"Why would I lie? Why would I lie?"

 

Now that's a straightforward description of the plot in the movie does have one which is fairly * than melodramatic crisis.

 

Tracey has parents who don't really understand her who are aboard line abusive to sent her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on an abuse and humiliated by the mean girls at school, as a lot of that baggage of standard teenage melodrama.


"I can tell you one, * one to prick me on this bus, looking for someone."

What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell the out-of-chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic ways of a scene flows into a scene backwards infaust, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technique almost where a screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images at over laugh and playoff each other, and kind of suggested three associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrate of logic to the story.


"My name is Tracey Berkowitz, fifteen, still on her go and hates herself."


And this makes a big difference it takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, overroast almost by the number study of teenage unhappiness. I really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filter and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderment played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress. And new helps to make this movie back again, I think it might not have been convincing if it had been done another way, in something that is really powerful and unusual and interested.


"What exactly did you find in *?"

 

"I just found that."

"There is something you're not telling us. Tracey, is there anything you're not telling us?"

 

"I'm a very passionate person."

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The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a 15-year-old girl in what looks like Winnipeg, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city looking for her younger brother who’s disappeared.

 

Now that’s a straightforward description of the plot. And the movie does have one, which is fairly lurid and melodramatic in places. Tracey has parents who don’t really understand her, who were borderline abusive, who sent her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school. She’s picked on and abused and humiliated by the mean girls at school. There’s a lot of the baggage of a standard teenage melodrama.

 

What’s interesting about this movie is the technique that Mr. McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell it out of chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic way so that a scene flows into a scene backwards and forwards, but also using a split screen technique, really a multiple window technique, almost where the screen sometimes divides in 2, 3, 4, even as many as 100 different images that overlap and play off each other and kind of suggest a free associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story.

 

And this makes a big difference. It takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, overwrought, almost by-the-number study of teenage unhappiness, and really turns it into an exploration of this girl’s psychological state. So part of what happens is that you don’t necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filtered and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her.

 

So what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions, in the anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who’s wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who’s just a terrifically smart actress and who helps to make this movie—that again, I think might not have been convincing if it had been done another way—into something that’s really powerful and unusual and interesting.

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The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald.  Its stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what looks like * *, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared.


/"Why would I lie? Why would I lie?"/

 

Now that's a straightforward description of the plot in the movie does have one which is fairly * than melodramatic places.

 

Tracey has parents who don't really understand her who are aboard line abusive to sent her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on an abuse and humiliated by the mean girls at school, as a lot of the baggage of standard teenage melodrama.


/"I can tell you one, * one to prick me on this bus, looking for someone."/

What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell the out-of-chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic ways of a scene flows into a scene backwards infaust, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technique almost where a screen sometimes divides into 3,4, even as many as 100 different images at over laugh and playoff each other, and kind of suggested free associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative of logic to the story.


/"My name is Tracey Berkowitz, fifteen, still on her go and hates herself."/


And this makes a big difference it takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, overroast almost by the number study of teenage unhappiness. I really turn it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filtered and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress. And new helps to make this movie back again, I think it might not have been convincing if it had been done in another way, into something that is really powerful /and/ unusual and interesting.


/"What exactly did you find in *?"

 

"I just found that."

"There is something you're not telling us. Tracey, is there anything you're not telling us?"

 

"I'm a very passionate person."/

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注意发贴格式和修稿形式---luweiji
The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what looks like weilen pig, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared. "Why would I lie? Why would I lie?" Now that's a straightforward description of the plot in the movie does have one which is fairly * than melodramatic crisis. Tracey has parents who don't really understand her who are aboard line abusive to sent her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on an abuse and humiliated by the mean girls at school, as a lot of that baggage of standard teenage melodrama. "I can tell you one, * one to prick me on this bus, looking for someone." What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell the out-of-chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic ways of a scene flows into a scene backwards infaust, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technique almost where a screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images at over laugh and playoff each other, and kind of suggested three associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrate of logic to the story. "My name is Tracey Berkowitz, fifteen, just an normal girl who hates herself." And this makes a big difference it takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, overrocks almost by the number study of teenage unhappiness. I really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filter and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress. And new helps to make this movie back again, I think it might not have been convincing if it had been done another way, in something that is really powerful and unusual and interested. "What exactly did you find in *?" "I just found that." "There is something you're not telling us. Tracey, is there anything you're not telling us?" "I'm a very passionate person." [ 本帖最后由 luweiji 于 2008-8-4 18:47 编辑 ]
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The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what looks like winnipeg, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared. "Why would I lie? Why would I lie?" Now that's a straightforward description of the plot in the movie does have one which is fairly lured than melodramatic crisis. Tracey has parents who don't really understand her who are aboard line abusive to sent her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on an abuse and humiliated by the mean girls at school, as a lot of that baggage of a standard teenage melodrama. "I can tell you one, * one to prick me on this bus, looking for someone." What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell the out-of-chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic ways of a scene flows into a scene backwards or in forwards, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technicals where a screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images at over laugh and playoff each other, and kind of suggested three associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story. "My name is Tracey Berkowitz, fifteen, just an normal girl who hates herself." And this makes a big difference it takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, overrocks almost by the number study of teenage unhappiness. I really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filter and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress. And new helps to make this movie back again, I think it might not have been convincing if it had been done another way, in something that is really powerful and unusual and interested. "What exactly did you find in that tube?" "I just found that." "There is something you're not telling us. Tracey, is there anything you're not telling us?" "I'm a very passionate person."
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“I came from a hole, you know.”

 

The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what looks like Winnipeg, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared.

 

"Why would I lie? Why would I lie?"

 

Now that's a straightforward description of the plot and the movie does have one which is fairly lured than melodramatic in places. Tracey has parents who don't really understand her, who are borderline abusive, who send her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on and abused and humiliated by the mean girls at school, as a lot of that baggage of a standard teenage melodrama.

 

"I can tell you one, * one to prick me on this bus, looking for someone."

 

What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell it out of chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic way so that the scene flows into a scene backwards and forwards, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technicolors where the screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images that overlap and playoff each other, and kind of suggests a free-associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story.

 

"My name is Tracey Berkowitz, fifteen, just a normal girl who hates herself."

 

And this makes a big difference it takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, an overrocked almost by the number study of teenage unhappiness and really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filtered and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress and who helps to make this movie that again, I think /might not have been convincing if it had been done another way into something that‘s really powerful and unusual and interested.

 

"What exactly did you find her took?"

"I just found her."

"There is something you're not telling us. Tracey, is there anything you're not telling us?"

"I'm a very passionate person."

 

把LS的格式改了,没关系吧。

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“I came from a hole, you know.”

 

The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what looks like Winnipeg, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared.

 

I can promise.

 

No one can promise it.

 

"Why would I lie? Why would I lie?"

 

Now that's a straightforward description of the plot and the movie does have one which is fairly lurid and melodramatic in places. Tracey has parents who don't really understand her, who are borderline abusive, who send her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on and abused and humiliated by the mean girls at school. There's a lot of the baggage of a standard teenage melodrama.

 

"I  cann't tell you what, why you wanna put me on  this bus, looking for someone."

 

What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell it out of chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic way so that the scene flows into a scene backwards and forwards, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technique almost where the screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images that overlap and playoff each other, and kind of suggests a free-associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story.

 

"My name is Tracey Berkowitz, fifteen, just a normal girl who hates herself."

 

And this makes a big difference it takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, over-wrought almost by-the-number study of teenage unhappiness and really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filtered and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress and who helps to make this movie that again, I think /might not have been convincing if it had been done another way into something that‘s really powerful and unusual and interesting.

 

"Where exactly did you find the tuk?"

"I just found it ."

"There is something you're not telling us. Tracey, is there anything you're not telling us?"

"I'm a very passionate person."

 

[ 本帖最后由 Hellena120 于 2008-8-4 16:52 编辑 ]
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“I came from a hole, you know.”

 

The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what looks like Winnipeg, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared.

 

I can promise.

 

No one can promise it.

 

"Why would I lie? Why would I lie?"

 

Now that's a straightforward description of the plot and the movie does have one which is fairly lurid and melodramatic in places. Tracey has parents who don't really understand her, who are borderline abusive, who send her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on and abused and humiliated by the mean girls at school. There's a lot of the baggage of a standard teenage melodrama.

 

"I  cann't tell you what, why you wanna put me on  this bus, looking for someone."

 

What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell it out of chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic way so that the scene flows into a scene backwards and forwards, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technique almost where the screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images that overlap and playoff each other, and kind of suggests a free-associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story.

 

"My name is Tracey Berkowitz, fifteen, just a normal girl who hates herself."

 

And this makes a big difference it takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, over-wrought almost by-the-number study of teenage unhappiness and really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filtered and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress and who helps to make this movie that again, I think /might not have been convincing if it had been done another way into something that‘s really powerful and unusual and interesting.

 

"Where exactly did you find the tube?"

"I just found it ."

"There is something you're not telling us. Tracey, is there anything you're not telling us?"

"I'm a very passionate person."

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HW

I came from a whole yield

 

The Tracey Fragment is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald, it stars, Ellon Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a 15-year-old girl in looks like Winnipeg, Canada, who spends rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city looking for a younger brother who disappeared.

 

I promise..No one could promise it..

Why would I lie,um..Why would I lie?

 

Well, that is straightforward discription of the plot in the movie does have one which is very lurid melodramatic in places. Page has parents who don't really understand, who are borderline abusive, and send her to a shrink, she has a crush on a new kid at school. She is picked on and abused and humiliated by the mean girl at school. there is a lot of the baggage of standard teenage melodramar.

 

 I can't tell you what, only you want to prick me on this bus, looking for someone.

 

What interesting about this movie is the techinique that Bruce MacDonal used to tell the story which is not only to tell out of chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic ways so that scene flows into a scene backwards and forwards, but also using split screen techinique, really a multiple window techinique where screens are sometimes by 3 to 4, even has as many as hundreds different images that overlap and play off each other and kinda of suggest free-associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story.

 

My name is Tracey Berkowitz, 15, just a normal girl who hates herself.

 

And it makes a big difference, it takes what I think, what it feels like and overdone, overwrought, almost by the number study of teenage and happiness and really turns it into an explaination of this girl psychological states, so part of what happens you don't necessarily know in any given scene in whether something is happening in her head or being kinda of filter and disorted on her perspective or actually really happening to her, so what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions, in anger, sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kinda buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellon Page, it is just terrificly smart actress and it would helps to make this movie ,that again, I think by not have been convincing if it was been done in another way, it's something that really powerful and unusual and interesting.

 

What exactly did you find in this.

I just found a ..

There is something you are not telling us.

Tracey, is there anything you are not telling us.

I am a very passionate person.

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“I came from a hole, you know.”

 

The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in /,  looks like Winnipeg, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared.

 

I can promise.

 

No one can promise it.

 

"Why would I lie? Why would I lie?"

 

Now that's a straightforward description of the plot and the movie does have one which is fairly lurid and melodramatic in places. Tracey has parents who don't really understand her, who are borderline abusive, who send her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on and abused and humiliated by the mean girls at school. There's a lot of the baggage of a standard teenage melodrama.

 

"I  cann't tell you what, why you wanna put me on  this bus, looking for someone."

 

What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell it out of chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic way so that the scene flows into a scene backwards and forwards, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technique almost where the screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images that overlap and playoff each other, and kind of suggest / a free-associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story.

 

"My name is Tracey Berkowitz, fifteen, just a normal girl who hates herself."

 

And this makes a big difference it takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, over-wrought almost by-the-number study of teenage unhappiness and really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filtered and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress and who helps to make this movie that again, I think /might not have been convincing if it had been done another way into something that‘s really powerful and unusual and interesting.

 

"Where exactly did you find the tube?"

"I just found it ."

"There is something you're not telling us. Tracey, is there anything you're not telling us?"

"I'm a very passionate person."

我想问个问题。。。 borderling abusive 和 send her to a shrink 啥意思。。我听的。。不知道组合起来啥意思。。。 对了,还请大家多多帮忙改下啊。。

 

显然这里根据读音为borderline

shrink
n. psychiatrist (Slang);

Shrink can refer to:"Shrink", a slang term for a mental health professional such as a psychiatrist or psychologist (derived from the word "headshrinker")
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The Tracey Fragments is a new film from the Canadian director Bruce McDonald. It stars Ellen Page, who was the title character in Juno. She plays Tracey Berkowitz, a fifteen-year-old girl in what,  looks like Winnipeg, Canada, who spends a rather eventful 24 or 48 hours running around the city, looking for her younger brother who's disappeared.

 

Now that's a straightforward description of the plot and the movie does have one which is fairly lurid and melodramatic in places. Tracey has parents who don't really understand her, who are borderline abusive, /send her to a shrink. She has a crush on a new kid at school, she's picked on and abused and humiliated by the mean girls at school. There's a lot of the baggage of a standard teenage melodrama.

 

What's interesting about this movie is the technique that Mister McDonald uses to tell the story, which is not only to tell it out of chronological order in a very sort of impressionistic way so that a scene flows into a scene backwards and forwards, but also using a split screen technique really a multiple window technique almost where the screen sometimes divides in 2,3,4, even as many as 100 different images that overlap and play off each other, and kind of suggest a free-associative psychological logic rather than an objective narrative logic to the story.

 

And this makes a big difference.It takes what I think would have felt like an overdone, overwrought almost by-the-number study of teenage unhappiness and really turns it into an exploration of this girl's psychological states. So, part of what happens is that you don't necessarily know in any given scene whether something is happening in her head or being kind of filtered and distorted from her perspective or actually really happening to her. So, what you get is a very powerful study in moods and emotions in the anger, the sexual vulnerability, the fear, the self-confidence, all of the different emotions that kind of buffet this young girl who is wonderfully played by Ellen Page, who is just a terrifically smart actress and who helps to make this movie that again, I think /might not have been convincing if it had been done another way into something that‘s really powerful and unusual and interesting.

 

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原帖由 a8213977 于 2008-8-4 22:02 发表 我想问个问题。。。 borderling abusive 和 send her to a shrink 啥意思。。我听的。。不知道组合起来啥意思。。。 对了,还请大家多多帮忙改下啊。。


bor·der·line
1 c : characterized by psychological instability in several areas (as interpersonal relations, behavior, and identity) but only with brief or no psychotic episodes <a borderline personality disorder>

shrink
3 [short for headshrinker] : a clinical psychiatrist or psychologist

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唔,好像这个解释更合适:
borderline
Function: adverb
Date: 1925
: ALMOST, NEARLY <borderline tacky> <borderline suicidal>
网络例句:
Dad is abusive or borderline abusive.

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最后一段的 thats

 

 

不好意思哦,不会挑了~~~~~~这个,呃~不大好看  

 

顺便问下楼上的同志,是用什么词典的呢~    谢谢了哈~

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