Study Guide

Thelma & Louise Rain

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Ever heard of the pathetic fallacy? It's not the kind of mopey-puppy-dog or two-week-old-grilled-cheese-under-your-fridge type of pathetic you're thinking of.

This is pathetic as in pathos, which in Greek means "suffering" or anything that affects the emotions. A pathetic fallacy is when human emotions are played out by an inanimate thing—and this usually means the weather.

Basically, see how many times it rains when bad things happen in this movie. We dare you.

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