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Published on Feb 17, 2011
Director Francis Ford Coppola realizes Jack leads a life of deep sadness and loneliness, despite having loving parents. Because of his freakish qualities, they keep him indoors most of the time. He stares longingly out the window at the normal ten-year-olds, wishing he could live that life without having the intellectual or emotional capacity to understand why he can't. Coppola's not afraid to express that darkness, but he's also not afraid to throw it all away for the sake of kids farting in a coffee can. http://www.theparallaxreview.com/on_c...