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Why is it that the thought of Arwen battling it out at Helm's Deep....
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Oct 31 2013, 11:37pm

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What if you drove ... [In reply to] Can't Post

A complete stranger to hospital, but didn't get there in time? You wouldn't shed a tear? It's a similar analogy. Anyone in Arwen's situation would have been upset.



Oct 31 2013, 11:44pm

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Arwen was extraordinarily strong in my opinion. [In reply to] Can't Post

When all other elves are "abandoning" Middle Earth, she chooses to sacrifice her immortality and stick with the humans, knowing all too well what was in store for her.
It's no wonder she would feel so much sorrow.
It's as if her love of Aragorn represented her love of Middle Earth.
That is profound.

I liked Liv Tyler's portrayal of Arwen and I also liked how Arwen was ultimately portrayed in the films.
I think Flight to the Ford was one of those moments in the film that transcended the book.

But I also agree that Arwen had no business in Helm's Deep.

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