Frank Miller's Sin City the Hard Goodbye Setting & Symbolism

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Basin City is known as Sin City because of its thriving prostitution business. In this desert city, the police and authorities are all corrupt, and a thriving underground industry sells illegal pleasures.

Marv and Goldie go to a sleazy hotel room after meeting in a bar, and they make love on a heart-shaped bed.

Marv's mother keeps his childhood room exactly how it was when he left it, and she dusts it every week. Marv cries when he stays there, as the smells bring back childhood memories.

Gladys is Marv's gun, which he took off a dead bully that he tangled with in school. The gun is named after a nun at Marv's school.

Marv hangs out at Kadie's underground nightclub, where they play old-fashioned country music.

When a hit man comes to get Marv and kill him, Marv complements him on the coat and takes it when the hit...

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