| newdiva1 wrote:|
| liesnalibis wrote:|
It's weird because I was just thinking about this the other day. A scene in a movie that made me wonder about this. If you know you can't fight or get away and believe it's inevitable you may give in even though he hasn't physically forced you or said he will.
Actually there were two scenes like that in the movie. It was Original Sin. I'd call it an implied threat or implied force.
I remember watching a scene where they found out the Couple was cheating at cards and I think dude got his ass beat and Angelina had to...not fight. I remember a group of men surrounding her then fade to black. That scene still messes with me.
Yeah that one of the scenes I'm talking about. The first guy said "Let's see what other tricks you know" and she just stood back against the table and let him take it.They didn't have to hit her or threaten her or overpower her to get her to comply. It was understood.
And what about that scene in 12 Years a Slave. I know that's much different because he'd obviously beaten and raped Patsey before but that night when he came to her she just looked down and got on the ground with him.
But those are obviously extreme examples. His behavior doesn't have to rise to that level to induce fear.