"Broken white men, be healed!," for what it's worth, is probably the plot of a good 75 percent of all Hollywood films, and is definitely the plot of 100 percent of the movies by, for instance, a guy like the aforementioned Wes Anderson. . . .
How does Moses deal with this knowledge that he's the main target? Does he sacrifice himself in order to let everyone else live?
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