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If one cannot look beyond one's personal circle they are condemned to an ending that is a tragic moment of realization that may bring an ending similar to Joe's. Another morality issue, which Chris has to deal with in regards to his father in taking responsibility. It is possible that Chris would have shown signs of forgiveness if Joe were to take responsibility for his actions...
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It is possible that Chris would have shown signs of forgiveness if Joe were to take responsibility for his actions. Instead of doing so once again he was hiding behind doing good only for the benefits of his inner circle. "There's nothing he could do that I wouldn't forgive. Because he's my son. Because I'm his father and he's my son...
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