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RE: 'The Little Things': 3 Oscar winners share scenes . . .

Posted by MaxwellP on January 30, 2021 at 06:35:31:

What did you make of Deacon sending Jim the red barrette at the end? The whole meaning of the movie depends on that gesture, BUT could it really relieve Jim of his guilt? Since the killer was still out there and the investigation was still on, more bodies were bound to show up, and Jim would know he killed an innocent man.

Did I miss something or have I got something wrong. The movie was just so so, but the barrette deal made a mediocre, cliched script seem like just bad writing.