Talk:A Price Above Rubies
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The plot description says that Sonia is raped by Sender. Is that really what happened? I just finished watching it, and I didn't interpret that as a rape scene at all. Sonia never said no or resisted, either physically or emotionally, and she seemed in a significant away to be enjoying it. Yes, she was certainly uncomfortable, but I never doubted while watching that the sex was consensual. I was actually pretty surprised to come here and read this article and see "rape" in there. I'm hesitant to just remove it myself because maybe I totally misunderstood it. Am I wrong about this? Seems to me that at least it's supposed to be ambiguous.
(An addendum: Just read Roger Ebert's review of the film, and he states the sex is rape. That detail of the article here is clearly lifted -- in fact, plagiarized -- from the Ebert review. Ebert is a respected source, but he certainly doesn't get every detail right every time.) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 04:52, 26 April 2008 (UTC)
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