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on February 28, 2008
I watched this film and again was impressed with Sean Penn who just gets better like a wine growing with age, and you can see why Dakota Fanning is being used in many films for the child's part. But looking through the deleted scenes, there was the lift scene where Penn was just like a young child, enthralled by the people like ants below and Pfieffer looking sicker at every description of the height they were at! This surely was an important scene as it emphasised childlike ways and explained why they suddenly stopped using the lift. I thought this was one of those great scenes that should have been in a film and ended up making the film (slightly) poorer by its exclusion
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