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Twilight: Bella and Edward meet, flirt, and look hot
I don't really like this film. There's several creepy antifeminist subtexts: stalker boyfriend is romantic; boyfriend who expresses a desire to commit violence against you is romantic; girl is important when she is helpless and dependent on others; and so on. Although, in the film's defence, at least this time the girl is the desiring subject and the boy is the desired object. Gender dynamics aside, "Twilight" the film gets three things really right: (1) rainy small-town Pacific northwest as a setting for vampire spookiness (even if that doesn't amount to much in the end, it's well done in the first half of the film); (2) high school, especially Bella's constant "WTF? who are these people and how is this my life?" state of mind, which was mine also throughout high school and for some time after; and (3) INARTICULATE SEXUAL TENSION, on display in this clip.