By Zachary Houle
Mr. Peanut never truly takes off: it merely stays mired in the failings of marriage without anything resembling an in-depth look at why some people are so unhappy in their unions.
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"The house itself wants to pull the neurotic woman into its maw and absorb her whole as a literal housewife;