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Setting up before the spectators' eyes the two characters' mental processes, in a parallel montage of sorts, is a masterful artistic device--not least because it allows the director to compare-and-contrast the ways in which, as negotiations for Moro's liberation take increasingly ominous turns, Moro himself manages to lift his spirit to progressively higher levels of appeasement, while Chiara, in contrast, sinks deeper and deeper into the anguish triggered by a tragic outcome whose likelihood (and, she belatedly concludes, criminality) she had at first dementedly underestimated.
It makes sense therefore when, running dementedly around Dover, Lear has essentially taken his Fool's place, coxcomb and all.
Stand-up comedians - who as we all know do what they do because they grew up in large or dementedly dysfunctional families and are starving for attention and approval - often send us career resumes that would cure insomnia.
Interviewing ANGELINA JOLIE to promote her forthcoming movie Taking Lives, Jakki seemed dementedly impressed that the actress kept her lovers and family separate.
Luke Kirby is charming and energetic in the role; the picture also features Sarah Policy and Jed Rees, whose dementedly wired gambling addict is a scene-stealer.
To a layperson unimpressed with the omniscient majesty of the law, Harmon's refusal to be confused by irrefutable facts--thereby allowing innocent convicts to rot in prison or even to be executed--appears to be not merely cruel and harsh but dementedly stupid.
On one hand, these critics suggest that the derangement of Sanctuary results from the author's veering away from subjective expression towards a dementedly ocular "objectivity.
On the fourth day of wandering dementedly across the arid plain, he takes shelter in a cave, which-incredibly-contains food and furniture and a corpse.
His father was dementedly pious and his mother and eldest sister died of consumption while he was still young.
I suppose I regard Italy as my gastronomic and - I suppose I-shouldn't-say-it-but-I'm-goingto-anyway - my spiritual home," she gushed dementedly.
There a few cheerier sights in racing than Jonjo O'Neill's face wreathed in twinkling smiles after a big win like some dementedly happy pixie.
He extracted junk from beneath my bed until he located and murdered the ailing beast, which had retreated into a remote corner where it sat dementedly flailing three of its excessive number of legs.