A Chairy Tale

A Chairy Tale
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Rania

Great contrast with the music and the diegesis.

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Gayle

Sooo... the chair is a woman.

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Jeffrey

I would say that the chair represents any relationship where a person doesn't reciprocate or understand a basic need that the other person has. It felt like the chair was saying "I just wanted to sit down too."

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