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For those who need an explanation I'll try, but i may be wrong. This was told in the classical ballet form. The housekeeper's younger self was having an affair, she got pregnant and told her lover during one of the trysts at the motel. She had even started a list of possible baby names whi... [Read more]

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Voyeurs (S01E06) is the sixth episode of season one of "Room 104" released on Fri Sep 01, ... More Voyeurs (S01E06) is the sixth episode of season one of "Room 104" released on Fri Sep 01, 2017. Over 3,819 TV Time users rated it a 3.48/10 with their favorite characters being Dendrie Taylor as Housekeeper, Sarah Hay (II) as Girl and Ethan Kent as Ralph.
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September 2017

For those who need an explanation I'll try, but i may be wrong. This was told in the classical ballet form. The housekeeper's younger self was having an affair, she got pregnant and told her lover during one of the trysts at the motel. She had even started a list of possible baby names which we saw. He probably was going along with it, but in the end he left, leaving the note and money, likely to pay for an abortion. The rest could be one of two things. Either, she had the baby, ended up working as a housekeeper for years to support herself and the child. Or, she imagined what her life would be if she had the baby, and saw herself as the housekeeper. The spilled wine between her legs could represent either childbirth or the abortion. In the end, the housekeeper disappeared, likely representing that she decided to get the abortion and the housekeeper never existed.

For those who need an explanation I'll try, but i may be wrong. This was told in the classical ballet form. The housekeeper's younger self was having an affair, she got pregnant and told her lover during one of the trysts at the motel. She had even started a list of possible baby names which we saw. He probably was going along with it, but in the end he left, leaving the note and money, likely to pay for an abortion. The rest could be one of two things. Either, she had the baby, ended up working as a housekeeper for years to support herself and the child. Or, she imagined what her life would be if she had the baby, and saw herself as the housekeeper. The spilled wine between her legs could represent either childbirth or the abortion. In the end, the housekeeper disappeared, likely representing that she decided to get the abortion and the housekeeper never existed.

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September 2017

6 episodes and i still wonder why am I watching this show...

6 episodes and i still wonder why am I watching this show...
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September 2017

I don't know if I watched a new Sia's video or the final scene from The OA

I don't know if I watched a new Sia's video or the final scene from The OA
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September 2017

Every week I put myself in front of the screen thinking:
"Today I have to be very patient, very careful on every detail. Today I'll finally understand a Room 104 episode."
And today, like every week, I miserably fail.

Every week I put myself in front of the screen thinking:
"Today I have to be very patient, very careful on every detail. Today I'll finally understand a Room 104 episode."
And today, like every week, I miserably fail.

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September 2017

Was it supposed to be a new Sia music video?? 😂

Was it supposed to be a new Sia music video?? 😂
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September 2017

I feel like I'm the only one who absolutely loved this episode ! 😍

I feel like I'm the only one who absolutely loved this episode ! 😍
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September 2017

And again... Where is the WTF emotion button?

And again... Where is the WTF emotion button?
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September 2017

As a dancer, I was really able to appreciate this episode and the artistry in it. Also, I really liked how they showed that having very little dialogue can still be so effective, which is a complete change from last week's episode.

As a dancer, I was really able to appreciate this episode and the artistry in it. Also, I really liked how they showed that having very little dialogue can still be so effective, which is a complete change from last week's episode.

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September 2017

Que episódio poético. Este e o da culpa foram os que eu mais gostei até agora.
O confronto entre o presente e um possível futuro e todas as referências à vida dela e o que estava acontecendo (o vinho simbolizando um possível aborto, o diálogo que ela queria ter tido com o cara do cartão, o futuro incerto etc.) foram maravilhosas.
Fiquei impactada com esse episódio que mais parecia uma apresentação de dança contemporânea, mas era bem mais que isso ♥

What a poetic episode. This one and that of guilt were the ones I liked the most so far.
The confrontation between the present and a possible future and all the references to her life and what was happening (the wine symbolizing a possible abortion, the dialogue she wanted to have had with the card face, the uncertain future, etc.) were wonderful .
I was struck by this episode that looked more like a contemporary dance presentation, but it was much more than that ♥

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Que episódio poético. Este e o da culpa foram os que eu mais gostei até agora. 
O confronto entre o presente e um possível futuro e todas as referências à vida dela e o que estava acontecendo (o vinho simbolizando um possível aborto, o diálogo que ela queria ter tido com o cara do cartão, o futuro incerto etc.) foram maravilhosas.
Fiquei impactada com esse episódio que mais parecia uma apresentação de dança contemporânea, mas era bem mais que isso ♥
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September 2017

A escritora/diretora dessa episódio (Dayna Hanson) [veio do reddit], disse numa entrevista que a estória desse episódio tem como base um romance entre colegas de trabalho. A versão jovem da camareira se envolve com um profissional da área de seguros, engravida dele e tempos depois ele é transferido pra Chicago e deixa um bilhete com dinheiro. A partir daí ela deve decidir se mantém o filho ou se faz um aborto. A garrafa de vinho derramada representa um aborto, a dança representa a vida e as escolhas a serem feitas. No fim, ela escolhe manter o filho e não ter o futuro que sonhou. E como fica bem claro nos minutos finais, não é uma senhora que relembra o passado mas sim uma jovem que vê seu futuro.

The writer / director of this episode (Dayna Hanson) said in an interview that the story of this episode is based on a romance between co-workers. The young version of the maid engages with an insurance professional, gets pregnant with him, and sometime later he is transferred to Chicago and leaves a ticket with money. From there she must decide whether to keep the child or if she has an abortion. The bottle of spilled wine represents an abortion, the dance represents life and the choices to be made. In the end, she chooses to keep her son and not have the future she dreamed of. And as it is very clear in the closing minutes, it is not a lady who remembers the past but a young woman who sees her future.

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September 2017

COMMENTO FINALE: NON C'HO CAPITO UN CAZZO

FINAL COMMENT: I ​​DO NOT HAVE A CAKE

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September 2017

When they show her spilling the wine it was symbolism for her being pregnant then having an abortion .

When they show her spilling the wine it was symbolism for her being pregnant then having an abortion .
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September 2017

I feel like I've just watched a music video of Sia. And it was very poetic.

I feel like I've just watched a music video of Sia. And it was very poetic.
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September 2017

credo che sia stato il miglior episodio di questa stagione, almeno per me. straordinario il balletto e come l'abbiano interpretato con quei colori e con tutto quel silenzio, mi ha preso un casino ed ero catturata da ogni singolo passo che facevano insieme.
inizialmente pensavo che la cameriera stesse ricordando quel che era e quel che poteva diventare essendo ballerina, poi ho iniziato a capire che era la ballerina che stava immaginando come sarebbe stata la sua vita se avesse tenuto il bambino, quindi era davanti a due scelte o diventare cameriera tenendo il bambino o abortire e diventare ballerina.


puntata straordinaria!

I think it was the best episode this season, at least for me. extraordinary the ballet and how they played it with those colors and with all that silence, took me a casino and I was captured by every single step they did together.
initially I thought the maid was remembering what it was and what it could become being a ballerina, then I began to realize that it was the dancer who was imagining how it would have been her life if she had the baby, so she was facing two choices or becoming waitress taking the baby or aborting and becoming a ballerina.


extraordinary bet!

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credo che sia stato il miglior episodio di questa stagione, almeno per me. straordinario il balletto e come l'abbiano interpretato con quei colori e con tutto quel silenzio, mi ha preso un casino ed ero catturata da ogni singolo passo che facevano insieme. 
inizialmente pensavo che la cameriera stesse ricordando quel che era e quel che poteva diventare essendo ballerina, poi ho iniziato a capire che era la ballerina che stava immaginando come sarebbe stata la sua vita se avesse tenuto il bambino, quindi era davanti a due scelte o diventare cameriera tenendo il bambino o abortire e diventare ballerina. 


puntata straordinaria!
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