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Baby Ivy is obviously a bit young for an existential crisis; she can't possibly be comprehending the enormity of how different she is if children at her level of development normally see themselves as the special, important spoke around which the whole world turns. Keeping that in mind, then WHY do you think she reacted so negatively to the revelation that other people can't fly? The emotions and thoughts she can express are limited right now, so what do you think really went through her head to cause the behavior we just witnessed?
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|Awwww. That nearly made my eyes get wet ><|
OH wow, that is so sad.
The pacing in this one was brilliant. Framing Amanda to really show the printing on her T-shirt, without adding any dialogue, just after the beginning of her lonely realization (coupled with the next "silent" frame) was great comic storytelling!
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