Wow


This did not disappoint!

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I quite liked it too.

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Looks like we might be the only ones... 😂

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no, i liked it. just confused about last scene.

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Rene Russo's character unknowingly reenacted the painting she destroyed, bringing the curse back to kill her with the art on her body. Pause at the 1:45:10 mark and you'll see (the painting is of a women sitting next to a cat with 2 shadows in front of them). If you mean the old guy selling the last of the cursed art, I believe it just means the curse is still out there and could reek more havoc in the future.

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I missed the painting thing. That is what I was confused about. Now, Josephina, where was her reaction? I'm assuming that a reaction is needed for the curse to come alive? or does it just affect anyone involved in the sale of items?

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I think it's the painters soul cursing the paintings, it seems anyone involved in profiting off them or anyone who treats art with no respect will be killed. Josephina was consumed by paint and made a piece of art, like her characters life, she lived and breathed art. Sadly for her, it was for all the wrong reasons.

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THanks that's a great explanation.

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No problem, I enjoyed the flick, thought Night Crawler was better though. Would like to see a steel book edition blu-ray with a director's commentary track. Netflix will likely never provide this, but it would be nice.

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I liked night crawler better also

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