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Sweeney Todd, who sets up a barber shop down in London which is the basis for a sinister partnership with his fellow tenant, Mrs. United Press International journalist Will Bloom and his French freelance photojournalist wife Josephine Bloom, who is pregnant with their first child, leave their Paris base to return to Will's hometown of Ashton, Alabama on the news that his father, Edward Bloom, stricken with cancer, will soon die, he being taken off chemotherapy treatment.
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During the story of young Ed's athletic achievements in high school, which would be during the 1950s, he can be seen taking a long range basketball shot from behind a 3-point-line. The impact your father has on you is indelible, and recognition of unconditional love for your family, and the people around you, manifest themselves in many distinguishable ways, all of them being indispensable!!
The 3-point-line was not widely used until the late 1960s, and even then only in professional arenas, which Alabama still does not have. Ed Bloom is the picture-book example of how exaggerations and erroneous behavior in your life are an integral part of your existence!!
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Although connected indirectly through Will's mother/Edward's wife, Sandra Bloom, Will has been estranged from his father for three years since his and Josephine's wedding.
Will's issue with his father is the fanciful tales Edward has told of his life all his life, not only to Will but the whole world. Ed Bloom's blindly motivational love and devotion towards the woman he cherishes, makes Romeo and Juliet's relationship seem platonic...
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