Felipe Navarro Navarro itibaren 31 Bb, Rajasthan 335024, Hindistan
Manipulative melodrama. Kata piles on the hardships: prostitute mother, a murderer for a father, alcoholic grandfather, abuse, rape at the hands of one of her mother's clients, poverty, isolation, boring work, constant insults, the prospect of being forced into prostitution with men who get off on having sex with a blind girl. Did I mention she's blind? But she's untouched by all the sordid reality of her life. Because she's pure in heart. We know she's pure in heart because she's blind. And blond. And beautiful (except for her eyes burned out with acid thrown by her mother who was really aiming at the father who'd just murdered a client in a jealous rage. But beautiful even with burned-out eyes. Apparently the acid missed the rest of her face). And if she's blind and blond and beautiful, she's got to be pure. And so she says purehearted things like this: ""After my prayer I stopped worrying and fell asleep." (She learned about God by listening to the radio; she's just naturally open to God because the pure at heart always are). And the big revelation about Gordon is telegraphed so unrelentingly that you'd have to be as stupid as the prostitute mother not to see it coming almost as soon as the character shows up.