It’s a cursed episode today as Elizabeth Swann sees the writing on the Aztec sacrificial wall as we enter the treasure cave on Isla de Muerta. Join us for minute 69 of The Curse of the Black Pearl to discover the link between the film’s cave setting and the Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean ride’s Dead Man’s Cove (Dead Man’s Grotto), examine Pintel and Ragetti’s relationship and affection for women’s attire and parasols with a sigh and eye, the use of a movie cliché to highlight the treasure chest of our desire, and we begin to breakdown the Aztec and Mesoamerican symbolism on the cursed Cortes treasure chest.
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