- 03:20 - Separating the art from the artist
- 11:44 - Natalie Portman's thoughts on the movie now
- 14:06 - Mathilda's confused feelings - Part 1
- 15:32 - Who does the 'sexual misunderstanding' plot appeal to?
- 18:07 - Age of consent around the globe - YUCK
- 22:35 - Why did Leon never explicitly say, "NO!" to Mathilda's advances
- 34:11 - The most French pants of all time
- 42:30 - The setting as a heightened version of reality
- 44:41 - Gary Oldman's improv and Stansfield's collision course
- 46:56 - Please beat your children quieter
- 49:27 - Mathilda's world before Leon
- 51:19 - Stansfield as the Angel of Mercy
- 54:07 - Don't sugar-coat how terrible life is to your children
- 55:32 - Maybe just murder Mathilda and move on?
- 57:11 - The Stansfield and Beethoven connection
- 1:02:20 - Mad Oldman and Hot-Head Matt
- 1:13:28 - Besson corrects Matthew's assessment of Natalie Portman
- 1:15:19 - Leon's stunted social development
- 1:24:27 - "S" comes after "K" except with sniper rifles and knives
- 1:35:05 - Matthew is derailed when he forgets some names
- 1:40:00 - Matthew's sketch playground "studies"
- 1:42:29 - Mathilda's confused feelings - Part 2
- 1:45:53 - The most distracted cop of all time
- 1:48:16 - A couple of nerds discuss some vampire powers
- 2:00:32 - Besson directs a child as if she were a woman. YUCK.
- 2:04:40 - Mathilda's confidence withers under Stansfield's presence
- 2:11:42 - "It's about time this child has sex." Luc Besson
- 2:14:59 - "She asked for it." Matthew the Defendant
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