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The male lead, Yoshioshi Arakawa, plays a sad sack love-crossed guy – that part of the plot tends to drag at times, as sad sack college romantic comedies are prone to do.
Could it be that the Splasher, as conceptually delusional and confused and love-crossed as he seems to be (depending on what you believe), might be echoing not only the love-inspired graffiti campaign of CORNBREAD, but performing a Lichtenstien-eque role as well that could eventually herald a change or mark the death of a style in the street art scene?
And, truly, that was the most unmanning aspect of being a forlorn, love-crossed idiot-he'd gone from having earth-shattering, bone-jarring, back-clawing sex with a women he adored to nothing.
Daisy/David's alter-ego, Melinda, is no longer a love-crossed English beauty from the 18th century but a feisty big-band singer from the early 1940s in search of a professional break.
Sean sounded like a love-crossed girl after she’d given it up to a player who’d ditched her, Corey thought.