When Bardem first attempts to talk Johansson's character into bed, he says something clichéd about her being hard to please.Quick witted, Johansson replies, "I'm famous for my intolerance." She says it casually, but it packs a bite as it's the complete antithesis of her character's outward desire to be someone who rallies against cultural norms, and she presents herself as someone who is easy-going and tolerant of all.There is of course that kiss between Scarlett and Penelope but also some moments of Lynchian-lite when Allen photographs the brunette Hall and blonde Johansson similarly to make them seem like they are two sides of the same woman.
There are also a number of users from other countries all over the world, aside from the aforementioned.
This site has a number of members from Catholic, Born Again and Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) to name a few.
However, film buffs will enjoy some of the nice touches like when Hall and another go to see Hitchcock's "Shadow of a Doubt" (one of my all time favorite films) or the repetitive use of a Spanish guitar in the soundtrack whenever Bardem and Hall get together.
But then there's the mostly unnecessary voice-over narration that fills in expository gaps and shows Allen can still be a lazy tactician.
Her seething, fiery line readings combined with looks that could kill make her the front-runner for Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars.