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« on: August 30, 2007, 11:03:08 PM »

Indio kills the man; rapes (and kills?
I can't remember; it's been a long time
since I saw it) the
girl, and gets one of the watches. Angel
Eyes already has the other one. Is this
correct? So A.E. and this girl have some
sort of kindred bond? What was the nature of
this girl's relation to Angel Eyes,
and where in the movie is this established?

Why does Indio get so sentimental
every time he hears the watch?
A guy like that would have
done the same thing dozens of times,
with dozens of different women.
Why was this one so special that he'd
keep a little memento of the occasion?

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« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2007, 05:50:18 AM »

How many times are you gonna ask the same thing?Huh?

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Indio kills the man; rapes (and kills?
I can't remember; it's been a long time) the
girl, and gets one of the watches.


The girl, Mortimers sister kills herself while Indio is raping her. (there is no Angel Eyes in this film)


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Angel
Eyes already has the other one. Is this
correct?

No, Angel Eyes is in GBU not FAFOD.


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Was this girl Angel Eyes' sister?Girlfriend? Wife? Daughter? No, see above.I can't remember
it ever being established what his relation was
to her,


No again see above...... the girl is Mortimers sister


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but it had to be deep or else he wouldn't
have spent the entire movie trying to avenger
her death.

Between brother & sister yes.


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Why does Indio get sentimental
every time he hears the watch?


 Indio is an f-ing nut case, who's had a tremendously traumatic experience that obviously haunts him.


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He wished he hadn't killed her?
Seems unlikely given his miscreant
character. This was of course his Achilles' Heel -- his
one shred of humanity,
which, I suppose, had to exist in order for
his weakness to get him killed. But it's hard
to accept that a killer would get so teary
eyed; he had probably killed hundreds of
people. Why was this one so special?

He didn't kill her, see above.

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