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Please, what is the meaning of "loss-seeking"?
Not a clue in following paragraph, talking on a movie showing people who go to famous Père-Lachaise cemetery in order to visit one's famous artist favorite, like Proust or Méliès.
"Forever (movie title) is an essay about how people may abide with such loss-seeking it out, savouring it, instead of turning away.
Thank You for your attention and help.
May it mean that the movie centers on the way some people keeps the searching of a feeling of loss for someone they admire, and enjoy it instead of rejecting this idea?
Quite ambiguous, by the way. Anyway, taking into account your answer could you say to me the whole paragraph with other more plain words.
Last edited by Bushwhacker; 10-Oct-2007 at 21:43.
Not a suggestion, please?
There should be spaces on each side of the en-rule: "... loss - seeking it out...".