GRETA (2019) Ending Explained School strike for climate - save 6 days ago   15:16

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In the suspense thriller GRETA, a young woman (Chloe Grace Moretz) finds a purse on a subway and makes friends with its owner. But she comes to learn that Greta is not at all what she appears, as she turns obsessive and violent.

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Elita Mitchel
Do Triangle! It definitely needs explanation!
elephantfan
Do the vault please
Lady_Assassian33
I wanna see this movie dammit!!! It didn’t come out March 1st!!
Underrated Critic
Isabelle Huppert is really short.
Lost Knight
Do a expland videa on us by jordan peel
Amed Youkhanna
How’d I become addicted to this channel? I literally stayed in bed all day watching!
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RAHUL SASEENDRAN
Can you explain the ending of project almanac
RoG Insomnia
I know it's a bit late, but it would be awesome to see a in depth review of Circus Kane
TraciPeteyforlife
So the moral of this movie is, never keep the bag take it to the cops. Also never take the bag.
EG Humes
Dude, you have to do Jordan Peele's Us
crayoff
Please do Ending Explained for Braid
callmema z
Plz do sacred games or ur racist
PickaRoll
Please explain "The Enemy" movie
SINDHU LALITHA
Hi can plzz explain the ending of project almanac
ritika mahar
Your videos had been great all the time I had been waiting for this one.
Hey can ,you do the uninvited. I will be waiting for it..
Aishwary Tripathi
Please do a US and tag along explained 👈👈❤️❤️🤩🤩😎😎😎👇
Army-L
Bitches be bonkers 😭🤦🏽‍♀️
Joel Nunez
This movie teaches me stanger danger and mind your business.
Michael Vaughn
Would love to have a video explaining the lore of all the Puppet Master movies since the latest is now streaming on Shudder.
Mad Maudlin
The speculation near the end of this video about "well maybe if she just went along with what Greta wanted and kept visiting her and being a surrogate daughter things would have been fine"...no. Just...no. Things would absolutely not have been fine. This is a woman who locked her daughter in a toy chest throughout her daughter's childhood whenever she did something 'wrong'. And 'wrong' to Greta probably included things like 'having friends' or 'wanting to pick out her own clothes'. If Frances had continued to visit Greta, I guarantee Greta's neediness and demands on Frances' time would have escalated, probably much the same way with the threats and stalking, all to the point where she drugs Frances and hold her captive anyway.

When it come to abusers like this, whether they are man or woman, parent or spouse, friend or any other connection...there is NOTHING you can do to appease them. They want absolute control, and they want to exert that control through fear and punishment. Abusers will look for faults committed by their targets as an excuse to vent their psychosis, and if they do not find a fault, they will make one up as a pretense. Abusers are never satisfied, and should only be placated by their targets in order for their targets to stay alive/uninjured long enough to escape or reach safety.

I realize this comment has become a bit of a soapbox, and I don't pretend to be a professional or licensed in any way. But please, in real life: NEVER tell yourself or anyone else that if you/they just do what the abuser wants, everything will be fine and no one will get hurt. It's simply not true.
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School strike for climate - save GRETA (2019) Ending Explained 6 days ago   11:11

Greta Thunberg realized at a young age the lapse in what several climate experts were saying and in the actions that were being taken in society. The difference was so drastic in her opinion that she decided to take matters into her own hands. Greta is a 15-year-old Stockholm native who lives at home with her parents and sister Beata. She’s a 9th grader in Stockholm who enjoys spending her spare time riding Icelandic horses, spending time with her families two dogs, Moses and Roxy. She love animals and has a passion for books and science. At a young age, she became interested in the environment and convinced her family to adopt a sustainable lifestyle. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx