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Ironies abound in the story, contrasting Boule de Suif's authentic principles and generosity with her bourgeois fellow passengers' shallow platitudes and cold-heartedness.
Actually, Hoffer traced his outlook, derived from dispassionate observation rather than internally generated convictions, to his view of himself as an amalgam of charisma and cold-heartedness - a potential mass leader.
"Accuracy is, fairness is, but cynical cold-heartedness masquerading as objectivity is not something I'd encourage," Raspberry said.
Cold-heartedness; I can't help caring for other people
But while this story of her campaigning for victims of violent crime covers the cruelty and cold-heartedness of those who wreck lives,it carries the compassion only she can convey in her books and in reality.
Helmer Ragnar Bragason sometimes uses nonlinear technique in an interesting way, but this can't conceal the weak script, constant overacting and a cold-heartedness that's as chilly as a Nordic winter night.
This cold-heartedness will later brand us when history gives its verdict.
That explains why they show negative traits we expect, like ruthlessness, cold-heartedness and a lack of empathy.
Poelvoorde is wonderful as Roger, all manic energy, over-the-top enthusiasm and a curious kind of cold-heartedness. Most memorable in rest of cast is Simon, an arresting presence as the young daughter.