Claire is too coy...and too gullible, and is way old enough to know better, which I think she did. No woman in her right mind would accept a date with a complete stranger that had approached her in a laundromat, especially after having been victimized by an armed robbery and abduction, and who turned out to be one of the guys who'd victimized her, traumatized her and turned her whole life upside down in the first place. I know this movie is fiction, but, come on...there's got to be some believability to it somehow.
No woman in her right mind would accept a date with a complete stranger that had approached her in a laundromat
What?! Where do u think people meet? They meet everywhere. You say the word laundromat like it's in the center of hell...what difference does the meeting place make? I agree, agreeing to meet someone so soon after such a tragic event is pushing it - but stranger things have happened.
I don't care what you or anybody else thinks, William Smith. Most people who meet ones that they fall in love with don't meet and accept dates with someone who turns out to be a violent criminal in the first place, but they meet at school, in classes, at work, for example. Inotherwords, under more normal circumstances. Any woman who lets herself get picked up by some total stranger who'd been stalking her for weeks prior to meeting her "by chance" in a laundromat, and then refuses to break off contacts with him even after learning that he was the ringleader of the gang of armed felons who robbed her bank at gunpoint, kidnapped her, and all told, is the one who turned her life upside down and tore it apart in the first place is not in her right mind.