Warner Bros. PicturesThis scene adds a lot more depth to each character, which seems to be missing throughout other parts of the film.
For instance, this is the first time Eleanor is actually vulnerable.
This scene provides necessary insight into her personal life, as well as her relationship with the family she married into.
It’s also interesting to see Nick confront her and act more like a grownup, instead of just accepting everything Eleanor says and does to/for him.

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