Hanji
The movie, As Good As It Gets. "You're a disgrace to depression." I'm enjoying English in the movie, As Good As It Gets. When I don't understand the meaning, I always look up the dictionary and Google it, but still there are many phrases that I don't understand. Please help me with English. Thank you. Here is my question. This is very famous scene that Melvin ( Jack Nicholson) is insulting Nelly who is a gay artist. Melvin says, "You're a disgrace to depression." I know the meaning each word, but I don't get it what Melvin wants to say. Could you please explain with alternative words for me? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_jt10_GReQ
Oct 29, 2019 8:26 AM
Answers · 2
If you changed it to "you are a disgrace to depressed people" would that be clearer?
October 29, 2019
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Hanji
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English, Japanese
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English