Sunday, December 29, 2013
BLUE BEARD (2009): Marry Sincere Maidens
Since Bluebeard doesn't understand that natural looks are one of the least important characteristics of an ephebophile and that as long as one is neat and clean, one's mental make-up is the most important characteristic that is needed to properly attain a nymphet. For example, possessing a high self-confidence, having self-control (i.e., power), and being focused (i.e., consistently being in The Now) are far more important than being naturally handsome.
Bluebeard is self-conscience about his unattractive looks - especially his blue beard; therefore, after Marie-Catherine's father dies and leaves her with no dowry, Bluebeard invites Marie, her sister and a bevy of other poor maidens to the castle, because he is "generous" and is willing to help one of them escape poverty through marriage without the need of a dowry.
Despite their wide age-gap, Bluebeard's blue beard, and his low self-esteem, Marie is extremely eager to marry Blue Beard. But not because she is (initially) attracted to him, it's because she wants to escape poverty. And like most Captain Save a
Ho Nymphets, in the end, Blue Beard suffers greatly due to Marie's initial insincerity.