As it was, the ranch they were on was actually in Alberta.
P.S. My text was plain. It was Kate's text that was in html. Here I
have done her the favour of making it respectful and polite.
----- Original Message -----
From: Kate Troy
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Sunday, May 14, 2006 6:23 PM
Subject: Re: OT: Re: Love Song (the movie we saw tonight)
Upon the second viewing, some observations:
Their employer came up to the mountain at one point and told Jack that his
uncle was seriously ill with Pneumonia. At the time, Jack was 18 or so,
and, therefore, his uncle was probably a man of around 40 years of age. Was
this an early "Aids" case? Were they trying to imply that the uncle was
also gay. One of the ways they discovered Aids in the first place was due to
doctors beginning to realize that a lot of young men were contracting
If they had decided to take a more sensible course, like getting out of the
rural Midwest and buying a small ranch in northern California and sharing a
life together, they would have had a happier life, for sure, but a
significant aspect of their intense passion can probably be attributed to
their only seeing each other two or three times a year.
During most films, my husband usually likes to share with me some of his
opinions and observations. During this film, we looked at each other at
certain points, but he was silent throughout the movie.
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