The other night I analysed Casablanca (1942) followed by Alien (1979), which was one of the weirder combinations so far, however it brought the total movies analysed for my most extensive chapter up to nearly 150. In Casablanca there are four named female characters, but none of them ever speak to each other. In Alien there are two, and they are for the most part hostile towards each other. So yesterday I treated myself to an analysis of Sleepless in Seattle (1993), in which two of the female characters (Meg Ryan and Rosie O'Donnell) have a beautiful friendship. Given that today is International Women's Day I will try to find something similar. This is hardly the day for Fatal Attraction (1987).
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