What Happened When Frank Died: Dance, Baby

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  1. Oh, really! This story looks very much like a happy ending! At least a new perspective! Frank and Sara are happily united and have hope to find David. Charly is there too, and the naked older woman (I do not remember the name, who came to swinging lianas in the hunt) is also present.
    But I think the problem is, that even if he finds her and him, he can not stay, because he has to live again untill he dies a normal death. He is not allowed to kill himself.
    The only possibility to be lucky before normal death is, that he meets them in the “real” world. As Sara killed herself, she must be there aswell, no?

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  2. The scene as a whole looks like people who may have been addicted in amusement? This would also explain the older nude woman: They did not care about decency and modesty in life, so it does not bother them in death.

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  3. I thought for a long time how this is with this suicide. Frank must always come back to life when he kills himself. In a new reality. In principle, Sara must also because she has also killed herself. They can therefore meet in the new reality or in death. (But what does not last long, because they have to go back to life) Right?

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    1. hm. No Frank never comes back to life. Each story is not connected. It is telling the same story at the same time but just in a different afterlife. But the characters themselves don’t more from one afterlife to another. Everyone in each story is always dead. Unless it is a reincarnation story.

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  4. Oh, that´s tricky! Yes, I should not mix the Frank stories with the others. I only thought of the Frank story “the window” …. so that he experienced death always new, as you say in another afterlife. The whole Frank series is hopeless !!!! He can find Sara, but is always condemned to a new reality. That is, if he finds her, it is a very short happiness. Good time is relative. Seen in this way, the normal life is a relative short happiness in the partnership. Unless there is the possibility to stay together in the afterlife! If this is so, then the whole Frank series can only serve as a deterrent, suicide is never an alternative, because the infinity will not be beautiful

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