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Re: Digest Number 3572

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  • EricaF
    ... I was saying just about the same exact thing last night to the wife. Hard to discuss without spoiling but, love certainly makes a more sensible motivation
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 16, 2011
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      --- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, Delicious Vodka DeBlair <vossua@...> wrote:
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      > "Having not seen this yet, but not wanting spoilers...could someone
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      > me...does this have 'actual' yuri, or does one need to turn their yuri
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      > goggles way up for this show?"
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      > I think the question of Yuri is hard to answer because I don't know your definition thereof. I think it is very fair to say that by the end of the show SOME form of love is unmistakable,
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      > but if it is sisterly or romantic is open for personal interpretation.
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      > I can say this much, if the love had not developed, the ending written into the story would not have been so difficult to swallow. But then in essence be it Yuri or not, that same love is the essential heart and soul reason for the story, so without it, no motivation for the events that made the story would have had basis.

      I was saying just about the same exact thing last night to the wife.

      Hard to discuss without spoiling but, love certainly makes a more sensible motivation for what happened than friendship or like.

      Cheers,

      Erica
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      > I hope this retrospective has not been considered a spoiler by overly amped people, its just a simple analysis of the plot vs the ingredients.
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