i would watch the train crash, burn and watch people die. well, actually that is just a bonus. the kid's life is my prize.
thank you for answering the question
He did if you read it and understood.
of course he did. thank you too for answering the question
You are the only one who would answer like you did.
Everyone else knows the right answer.
Did you even get the point in the movie?
and what is?
i don't like the "point" of the movie.
it was simple, watch the movie, then i asked "what would YOU do".
i did not ask "the right answer".
where's the complication?
Pull the switch and run to save my son.
This requires courage though.
i thought the story was an allegory re: God sacrificng his son to save people who didn't deserve it (sinners)....the only thing wrong with that is, in the case of the man and his child, this was an accident---not planned, so it is moot anyway. just because you give an answer someone disagrees with doesn't mean you are wrong or miss the message - a ten-year-old could figure it out.
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