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OK children, bedtime! I’m going to help you go to sleep by telling you a wonderful love story.
Once upon a time, there was a beautiful young princess who lived in a beautiful castle. Her parents were captured by an evil witch who gutted them like fish and then ate their livers and hearts.
Oh, and her brothers were all killed too. Horribly. Yeah, lots of pain. Um, you sleepy yet?
What is it with children’s stories? The families are always dysfunctional or dead. I can still remember how I felt when Bambi’s mother died. As luck would happen, my uncle had just returned from a hunting trip the week before with his quota of deer.
There seems to be an endless choice of tragedies and miseries for children to enjoy. Let’s start with some classics.
Cinderella is a charming story of love and acceptance. Her parents are dead at the beginning of the movie. She’s mentally and physically abused by her step sisters and step mother. Cinderella is beloved by all animals except for the family cat, Lucifer, who delights in tormenting her.
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