His first instinct is to keep Veronica at arm's length, but when the changes become too terrible, he calls her to him. At this point this transforms into something other than the monster movie you'd expect, as Seth's humanity is intact, the film becomes more of a film of a couple dealing with a terminal illness that gradually begins to erode at the sanity of the afflicted. By the end of the movie, despite his best efforts to stay in control of himself, Seth realizes that he will probably soon hurt her and tries to send her away one more time. However, by this point, the fly part of him has completely taken over and wants to engage in an experiment to combine the three of them using the teleporter.
So, dear readers, are there any other The Fly fans out there? Am I the only one it made cry? Are there any other unconventional fictional couples you find romantic? Sound off in the comments below!
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