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  Comments about: Edward Scissorhands (Danny Eflman)
 • Posted by: Daz
• Date: Friday, August 20, 2004, at 11:27 a.m.
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• In Response to: Edward Scissorhands 2 ???? (Annette)

  Re: Edward Scissorhands 2 ????

the grandaughter could go up and see edward, maybe not falling in love with him, but reintroducing him to kim. my idea of a story would be that-although edward looks the same-he ages the same as humans on the inside and therefore is about the same age as kim. her and edward could get back together maybe with the complications of the neighbours children/grandchildren being prejudiced against edward because of what their grandparents/parents told them about him. but it could somehow workout-kevin is still younger than kim and could tell everyone how it was a big misunderstanding and how edward had actually saved him-not hurt him and kim could say how it was jim's fault. he could get the oppurtunity to get real hands but refuses and on christmas eve, with everyone there, he could create his last ice sculptures for all to see, the ice sculptures creating snow that kim dances in. when hes finished the first real snowfall in suburbia could occur so edward can dance with her. they die happily in eachothers arms-edward redeemed and forgiven and finally with the one he loves.

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