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Children, Creepy, and Future: @creepy.enemies The big twist at the end of the movie Orphan, when you find out Esther is actually a 33-year-old woman with proportional hyperpituitary dwarfism who killed seven people is one of the best flip-reversal horror movies ever, but did you know that what the writers had planned for Esther was so, so much worse? The original plot was that Esther had been molested by her father for years, starting when she was an infant, which sexualized her at a very young age and destroyed any future chance of her having her own children. Her father later took another lover, telling Esther that, because of her condition, she could never be a real woman. She murdered them both and was ultimately sent to Saarne, a mental institution, but escaped and started working as a prostitute. When she was arrested for this, she kept up the pretense of being a child to stay out of jail and was sent to an orphanage. Esther sees herself as trapped inside the body of a child, and it disgusts her. She wants to 'grow up' and be a wife, a mother, and a lover (what her father considered a 'real woman'), and tries to find 'love' where she thought she'd had it as a child, with her new father. I just rewatched this movie and I stg it’s sooo good - - - creepy scary horror orphan dead creepyenemies horrormovies creepyfacts didyouknow funfact trivia

I just rewatched this movie and I stg it’s sooo good - - - creepy scary horror orphan dead creepyenemies horrormovies creepyfacts didyouknow...

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Best Friend, Books, and Fanfiction: katy-l-wood I think growing up on a steady diet of fanfiction made me hate traditional book genres. Like, I don't care what the overall "theme" is. Gimme the tags. Is there character death? Sibling rivalry? Snarky best friend? That'll do way more to get me into a book than slotting it into one of a dozen strictly defined boxes that tells me almost nothing gallusrostromegalus Last time I was in a bookstore I was rifling through the paperbacks going "where the hell is the Content rating? is this 'mature or are we in for actual funtimes here? And where are the Content Warnings? whatcha got here book? You gonna get weird on me?" So really, Ao3 has me spoiled wheresquidsdare This gave me a brilliant idea for book displays at the library. #angst #enemies to lovers #plot twist katy-l-wood You are a good librarian! wheresquidsdare None eangst aplot twist awkward #6on't judge a book by its cover I only have flat shelves to work with but.... did it noctnoku I found a book in the library with content tags and suddenly I realised what l'd been missing all this time MORE? w Alsoa FILE UNDER IS BN 97 FANTASY Savage Lands Vengeful Gods An Expected Journey Battalions at War 9 780857 U.S suallenparker Is there a blog for that? Like a blog where people recommend books and like give them their tags? Because I feel like that would be AMAZING stillthewordgirl Tempted to start doing this whenever I read/reread something enniferrpovey Reblogging this version for awesome librarians! fandomsandanythingelse I'm doing this when I write a novel Source: katy-l-wood 34,614 notes Content Tags

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