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Equus - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 29 - 35 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 29 – The theater is full of men, and Jill is the only girl. Alan describes the film being about a sixteen year-old girl who goes to stay in a house with an older boy who watches her completely undress to shower. It is the first time Alan has seen a naked girl. And then his father arrives at the theater, disrupting the show to get his son out. Jill also leaves.

Act 2, Scene 30 – Frank, Alan, and Jill all wait at the bus stop. Jill tells Frank that it is not Alan’s fault, that it was her idea, and she doesn’t mind films like that. Frank explains he arrived at the theater earlier for the purpose of posters, to print them up. But now that he knows what kind of films are being shown, he is going to refuse his services. They part ways...

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