(a) Badlands, Polyester, All That Heaven Allows
(d) a filthy blonde slut with Tang, Breathless, a girl and a gun
(b) Jules and Jim, Batman Dracula, Nosferatu
(c) gidget, Mean Girls, fetch
(e) Debby Reynolds' "Tammy", Lost in Translation, Roxy Music's "More Than This"
I mean, I don't actually know. I didn't go to a school for analogies.
A man goes to the mansion of a notorious spy, where he quite literally falls under her spell. Yes, it's the plot of half a dozen similar films, but that's either beside the point or part of it.
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