Fatal Attraction

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Fatal Attraction

By | December 2012
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East west university|
Fatal Attraction|
HUMANITIES III|
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JOHNNY J. MITCHELL|
5/14/2012|

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The movie Fatal Attraction isn’t your typical love story. However, it’s a common story of that jilted lover that the majority of us have experienced. In the movie we have the two main characters by the names of Dan and Alex. It was a relationship that started from what Alex liked to call, instant attraction. Alex and Dan first came across each other at an office party. Their relationship quickly escalated to something more. Alex didn’t want to just be a one weekend fling she wanted to be the wife. Only problem is, Dan is already married. It’s a simple story about the discrepancy between infatuation and being in love. When does ones actions just become a little carried away and it becomes a case of fatal attraction? Early on in their first encounter the conversation was brief and a little flirtatious. They were talking at the bar and got to know each other a little bit. The next time they saw each other they were making eye contact in the office, during a staff meeting, and flirting a lot. They got caught in a rain storm and decided to go on a lunch date. This innocent date turned into a lot more when Alex asked Dan was he discreet. He replied with a “yes” and things took off from there. They ended up having a weekend full of hot passionate sex. When Dan tried to leave to go back home, Alex decided she wasn’t having any part of that. She started throwing a temper tantrum and began to rip his clothes off. She then presumed to kick him out. When he was about to leave, she began to cry and tell him how sorry she was. Then he saw her wrists and the fact she had cut them. This can almost been seen as a ploy to make him stay and so he could feel sorry for her. In A Certain Smile by Francoise Sagan and the movie Fatal Attraction; Dominique and Alex both told the guys, they were partaking in an affair with, that they loved the two men. In A Certain Smile by...