This is my favorite scene ever shot, the heart of which begins 1 minute into the clip. It does what films do arguably better than any other medium, tells a complex and specific emotional story without words.* In it, Glenn Close realizes that her guy is in love with someone else.
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I have a PhD in Mass Communications, with a focus on intersectional theory, television, and social media. I speak across the US on topics related to feminism, atheism, and communications. I worked in the film and television industry for several years on shows like "Toddlers & Tiaras" and "Flipping Out." I've been published in the best-selling Women's Studies text "Women's Voices, Feminist Visions," alongside writers like Gloria Steinem, bell hooks, Maya Angelou, and Jessica Valenti. I also play the ukulele.