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See Emily Play
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3 Emily tries but misunderstands, ah ooh She often inclined t…
Arjen Anthony Lucassen Emily tries but misunderstands She's often inclined to borr…
David Bowie Emily tries but misunderstands She`s often inclined to borr…
David Bowie; Emily tries but misunderstands She`s often inclined to borr…
Grapes Of Wrath Emily tries but misunderstands She's often inclined to borr…
Martha Wainwright Emily tries, but misunderstands She's often inclined to bor…
Michele Bravi Emily tries but misunderstands She's often inclined to borr…
Pink Floyd Emily tries but misunderstands, ah ooh She's often inclined …
Pink Floyd [1967 The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn] Emily tries but misunderstands, ah ooh She's often inclined…
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Pink Floyd(平克 弗洛伊德) Emily tries but misunderstands, ah ooh She's often inclined…
Pink Floyd; Pink Floyd Emily tries but misunderstands, ah ooh She's often inclined…
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Syd Barrett Emily tries but misunderstands, ah ooh She's often inclined…
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Илия Макаров

He destroyed the whole room which means he destroyed his life(symbolically) but kept only the snowball/memory because it reminded him for the only time he felt happy - his childhood.

Trino Romo

I believe he did not destroy his life, it was the life that was given to him ever since his parents gave him up to a wealthy family. He symbolically is destroying everything as a way to do right of his life. It is an f*** off to his high pedestal life and a toast to a dream of his youth, though hard it was, it was the most comforting after he was left alone. He redeemed himself when he broke away his prized possessions for he moved past the materialism and toward realization.

sammyvh11

My childhood was the best too

Pedro Bakale

remains are remained

Zheng Wen Yu

In film class when I saw this scene, I called Charles a child as he was throwing a tandrum. My professor hinted that I am really close to the idea, making me realize, "he really is a child, a man who failed to grow up."

Austin Smith

It's a really great scene, I just, CAN NOT take it seriously since I saw The Room first

Pedro Bakale

Charles Foster Kane can not stand the abandonment. That emptiness that remains in his infancy and that costs so much fill. That's why he wrecks the room. He does not know how to externalize that which is so horrible to him. And he would have been very capable of burning Xanadu in the process.

Bingham Guevara

I find it really interesting that Kane says rosebud off screen. We don’t see his face and mouth when he says it.

It’s as if the line was put into his mouth by the storytellers (the butler, who’s narrating this flashback, and the nurse) and that Kane never actually said rosebud. Remember, the opening scene is the nurse’s POV of Kane’s death. She thinks she heard him say this, but how could she when she was so far away and he only whispered rosebud?

FormulaVase3806

I feel the same way tbh

Pat Bateman

1:33 - Orson apparently cut his left hand badly during the scene & you can see him visibly trying to hide it so it doesn't appear in the shot
(Source Roger Ebert in Audio Commentary)

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