Yeah, the big difference between that and FATAL was how one of them looked like it was thrown together in a few hours by some idiot (possibly drunk) and left unfinished, while the other clearly had a disturbing amount of effort put into it over a long time.
Or for that matter they could do a flash-forward scene to whenever Wanda does die of something or other. Wrap it with an establishing shot to show she's had however many decades of living as herself and doing regular human stuff.
Also, just finished 1491 by Charles Mann. A brief survey of the state of affairs in the Americas before Columbus sailed, and a little about what happened next. A lot of the material was familiar to me but there were a few surprises as well.
For example: The Amazon jungle; untouched primal...
Mad was woke af back in the 60s and early 70s. One of my main resources in learning English was my dad's stack of old Mad magazines and books from his college years. With hindsight I have come to understand how it often skewered the establishment.
Desire needs to be androgynous and attractive and should probably be portrayed by someone younger than Tilda Swinton.
The point has been made elsewhere, and I tend to agree with it, that it would be a perfect role for some young transgendered actor. I would generally prefer them to surprise us...
It's an endless source of amusement how Batman is (at least in some versions) this grim brooding serious humourless crimefighter; and then he regularly has to fight a never-ending stream of rejects from a low-budget circus. Sure, Batman can also be however campy and non-serious you want, but...
Well. "Doing It Wrong" is a time-honored tradition among many Christians, going back to the very beginning of their religion.
(Same as for all other religions with more than, oh, a handful of followers.)