Brave is a much richer and more important film than most people realize. Context as they say, is everything. And to understand why Brave matters, we have to look at it within the context of animated films up to this point.
>Thus, the film ends not with Merida getting married, or even falling in love, but instead of her destiny remaining her own.
So Merida winds up a single, childless, 40-year-old career woman who realizes to her regret that she sabotaged her biological purpose in life?
“...her regret that she sabotaged her biological purpose in life?”
Where in the film or in Kyle’s piece is it stated Merida felt regret?
Obvious troll is obvious.
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