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Comment from: underpar [Visitor]
underpar

A must see. Very intriguing insights develop about how the “way of society” and one’s upbringing conflict if they differ from one another. Also, it shows how easily one can change their life to conform and fit in to the public norm given that they attempt to do so (and perhaps how unhappy one would be doing so), or can retain individuality and endure potential hardships from being “different".

10/20/06 @ 19:14


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