There's something layered in this movie that I couldn't help but pick out as I was leaving the theater.

There's something layered in this movie that I couldn't help but pick out as I was leaving the theater. A theme revolving around white men passing on the torch to women and minorities: either through dying, relinquishing power, or simply bowing out of their role to go bask in the nostalgia of when times were simpler.


I don't even know if this was intentional. Kind of feels like a statement brought out from western culture's collective unconsciousness. Kind of like all those games and films now which feature older male characters "maturing" and going on to take care of a daughter-figure. "You're not young anymore, white man. Things are changing, and there's nothing you can do except grow up and try to live your best." It's fascinating in an almost nihilistic way.

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