Shannon McGrew | January 2, 2019
When it comes to Tim Burton films, I’ve always been a much bigger fan of his earlier work as I credit those for introducing me to a world that ultimately accepted those of us who were strange and unusual. The film that really drove that idea home for me was Burton’s 1990 film, Edward Scissorhands, which centered around a man equipped with scissors for hands who is brought out of isolation into a new world filled with people who try to understand him. What I loved so much about this movie was that it taught people about acceptance and understanding in a world that is so heavily focused on judging those who are different.
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