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    WindWipper
    2 years ago
    Announces his entrance (with the whistle), then claims his space by touching each of the chairs...then sits smack dab in the very center of the bar/center chair, again claiming ownership of the room. Places hand on table/bar, claiming/commanding that space as well. Uses same hand to orchestrate her movements like a music conductor. Then speaks in a soft whisper(intimate bedroom voice), which is all he needs since he is already in command. Seduces with the coinplay... one of the best movie scenes in all history!
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    Noah
    Noah
    2 years ago
    +WindWipper Thank you for the in depth break down interpretation of the scene. Very interesting.
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    WindWipper
    WindWipper
    2 years ago
    +Noah Thank you but i am sure i've missed a whole lot in that synopsis. Including things like gaze and eye contact, which is very direct. I just luv, luv, luv this scene and enjoy watching it over and over again. : )
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    TriGGletyplay
    TriGGletyplay
    1 year ago (edited)
    Fuck off. There aint NO other males in the mother fuckin room. Alpha male, how so kid, with NO other males?
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    eb081530
    eb081530
    1 year ago
    TriGGletyplay I have to agree. Taking ownership of what? Claiming what? Lol there is no one else in the room.
    Mark Robertson
    Mark Robertson
    1 year ago
    eb081530 Of the space. He's not afraid or uncomfortable to touch things. If anyone had a problem with it, he's ok with it. But it's unlikely, cause he's so calm, likeable and cool. His endgame is already established. He's just walking through it.... knowing... being.
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    David Steven
    David Steven
    1 year ago
    WindWipper Walks in the door and stands there momentarily,surveying the territory.Conveying this is his terrority.And Doesnt say a word.Brilliant.
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    Amg Rs
    Amg Rs
    8 months ago
    WindWipper if you donít mind, could you analyse it further, since you claimed you didnít fully? I found your analysis really interesting
    Dane Logan
    Dane Logan
    7 months ago
    It doesn't matter. Just because no others are in the room doesn't mean you quit being an alpha male. She is in the room , right?
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    Adam Dombrowski
    Adam Dombrowski
    2 months ago
    That's right Dane
    MusicFanOnline
    MusicFanOnline
    1 week ago (edited)
    +TriGGletyplay +eb081530 You guys are clueless. WIndWipper was spot-on with this analysis. Not everyone realizes this, but body-language says A LOT. As you go through life and get older, you may come to learn this. His body-language screams ALPHA MALE. It doesn't matter whether there were other men in the room. As a woman, I have definitely noticed the difference between men who act like Brando as opposed to weaker males who would never walk into a room like Brando did, but, instead, would meekly walk over to the chair with nervous, shifty eyes as though they felt they might not even be worthy to sit there.

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