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    Reader comments on Nine Lives

    Subject: Re: Nine Live: Glenn Close/Dakota Fanning scene
    Date: Nov 14, 2005
    Sender: DMCPrevious | Next

    Ummm... Actually, I would like to suggest that the grave most likely belongs to the little girl, Maria (Dakota Fanning). This would be indicated by Maggie (Glenn Close) putting the grapes on the grave, when previously, during the picnic, Maria (Dakota Fanning) got really excited about the grapes. This might also be indicated by the age of Maggie (Glenn Close) who appears to be in her mid-50's to 60's. To be this age with a 8-9 year old child, though possible, would be unusual. Finally, this would also explain Maria's (Dakota Fanning's ) absence in the final scene.

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    Re: Nine Live: Glenn Close/Dakota Fanning scene

    It was never shown nor explicitly mentioned but you can get clues that it may have been the husband of Maggie (Glenn Close) and the father of Maria (Dakota Fanning).






    Comment index:

  • Nine Live: Glenn Close/Dakota Fanning scene   from Mike Friel, Nov 6, 2005
  • » Re: Nine Live: Glenn Close/Dakota Fanning scene «   from DMC, Nov 14, 2005
  • nine lives needs less lives and more content   from Sandy Litvin, Nov 13, 2005
  • " one movie"   from B. Mozingo, Aug 11, 2006
  • ha   from jasmine w., Mar 5, 2007
  • glenn close scene   from carlos, Dec 2, 2007
  • Nine Live: Glenn Close/Dakota Fanning scene   from Mike Friel, Nov 6, 2005
  • » Re: Nine Live: Glenn Close/Dakota Fanning scene «   from DMC, Nov 14, 2005
  • nine lives needs less lives and more content   from Sandy Litvin, Nov 13, 2005
  • " one movie"   from B. Mozingo, Aug 11, 2006
  • ha   from jasmine w., Mar 5, 2007
  • glenn close scene   from carlos, Dec 2, 2007