In today’s episode, we mourn the tragedy of Captain Hector Barbossa on Pirates of the Caribbean Minute. Join us for minute 122 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as we discuss the emotional rollercoaster ride of our characters Captain Barbossa, Captain Jack Sparrow, and Elizabeth Swann in the moments surrounding the end of the curse, give some love to the minimal use of dialogue and breakdown the impact is has on Barbossa’s death, put a spotlight on the musical score accentuating the scene, thoroughly tackle the plethora of symbols from the apple to the shot and hole in Barbossa’s heart and its meaning to his humanity and life, draw significant comparisons to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and talk about the reasons for our affection and growing attraction to Barbossa the tragic character.
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