Queen of Earth

Queen of Earth ★★★★★

How words spoken can be misconstrued and withhold meaning, not to mention breed delusion. How feelings and emotions presented in organic form can be insincere, even hollow. How difference of gender changes the essence of camaraderie. How a picture of a skull can represent death, depression, and darkness. How a portrait of a person you recognize can radiate with warmth, color, life, and light. And finally, how the worst thing imaginable can be the best, and the best be the worst. (When Catherine looks at the skull picture, she smiles in recognition. When Virginia looks at the beautiful portrait of herself that Catherine made for her, she breaks down.) It's all up to you. In the end, you just never know...you never know what? Exactly.

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