Originally Posted by FlorenceArt
Em, Beppe... if you want sunny
passages, I'd stay clear of The Road.
I know, that's why I wrote sunny
. But right at the beginning when he gets some oil for future use, remember?, that was already sunny
In the Crossing, the tracking of the she-wolf, in spite of the obvious building up of the imminent tragedies, is very sunny sunny
Dark, is really dark, misery, pain, injustice, and no hope, just more punishment.
In the pretty horses, at least they make it in the lake, under the moon. And in Cities of the Plain, before getting cut to slices, he paints that shack to make it their love nest, plus other sunny amenities.