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I cannot stop thinking about the last ~15 minutes of big little lies, and how it was about communication between women and deliberately how to get rid of acne scars on face fast cutting men out. For one thing, it is almost completely silent– sound only returns at the request of the female detective, who is also the one who picked up on the how to get rid of acne scars on face fast inconsistencies (or rather consistencies) of their stories. For another thing, major reveals happen without any dialogue at all. We see bonnie piecing together the danger oozing from perry, we see jane’s horror at discovering her rapist, and then we see celeste and madeline put the whole how to get rid of acne scars on face fast thing together. Even renata–the woman most excluded from their group– picks up that something’s wrong.

It’s silly, but it reminded me of being in sixth grade. The boys in our class noticed that the girls had how to get rid of acne scars on face fast a tendency to look at each other when one of how to get rid of acne scars on face fast them said something dumb, and pretty soon any sort of sideways-look between girls got a loud round of mr. S they’re talking with their eyebrows again! Accusations. The boys were annoyed (playfully annoyed, but annoyed nonetheless) that the girls had figured out a way to talk how to get rid of acne scars on face fast in class without actually talking. We told them they could do it too, but they all stubbornly insisted that wasn’t possible.

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I saw way too many reviewers say that they didn’t buy bonnie knowing perry was dangerous without having her how to get rid of acne scars on face fast book backstory to inform her (where she’s apparently a child of an abusive father), or arguing that celeste and madeline just knowing perry was how to get rid of acne scars on face fast jane’s rapist was a bridge too far, but to me, that was the most organic moment of the series. Not because women have natural intuition about these things, but because nonverbal communication is a skill women have developed how to get rid of acne scars on face fast to protect themselves and each other from men like perry how to get rid of acne scars on face fast and so having them communicate without ever speaking a word how to get rid of acne scars on face fast was incredibly powerful. Without the audience ever once hearing them, these women instantly banded together to protect one of their how to get rid of acne scars on face fast own– and it was one of their own who noticed. The male detective basically throws his hands up and writes how to get rid of acne scars on face fast them off as unknowable, but the female detective is the one who knows the how to get rid of acne scars on face fast code and thus she’s the one with questions.

Even the last scene was a silent, female-centric haven. The bad guy is gone but the good guys aren’t there either, relegated to mere sidekicks in a story about female friendship how to get rid of acne scars on face fast and love. The audience is left out of their circle too, unable to hear their conversations but able to see their how to get rid of acne scars on face fast compassion for one another. They’re talking without words, but we still know what they’re saying.

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