Heaving Parallels (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 27)

Dead Man's Chest Episodes Season 2

We can’t keep our eyes off those heaving parallels and ample misdirections as we tackle minute 27 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us for this episode where Heather can’t avoid mentioning the supple euphemisms and we explore the connections between Will Turner’s actions on Pelegosto Island and Elizabeth Swann’s concerns while in the Fort Charles jail on Port Royal, Governor Swann breaking Elizabeth out of jail and his ultimate reasons for doing so, the theme of lost trust, the symbolism and magnitude of the Fort Charles jail, and the use of misdirection throughout the entire minute that sets up minor gags to character development to plot points.

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