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  • Orphan is an antagonist and the final boss of Final Fantasy XIII. He is a wheel-like fal'Cie and the source of Cocoon's power, who rests within Orphan's Cradle in an area known as Narthex Throne. Residing within a pool in a deep sleep in a state of unbirth, Orphan is the main power source to fal'Cie Eden, enabling it to siphon power from other fal'Cie to keep Cocoon afloat.
  • Orphan è un antagonista, nonchè boss finale di Final Fantasy XIII. Si tratta del fal'Cie che alimenta tutta Cocoon, e risiede in un'area chiamata la culla di Orphan. Sin dal momento della creazione di Cocoon, Orphan è mantenuto immerso in una vasca, in uno stato di non-nascita, e la sua sola esistenza dà energia a Eden e tutti gli altri fal'Cie, che a loro volta permettono a Cocoon di rimanere in aria.
  • Orphans can be found at Saldean's Farm[[:File:|[, ]]] in Westfall, as well as wandering within the non-instanced section of the Deadmines. Like all other children, they cannot be attacked.
  • Orphan is the final boss of Final Fantasy XIII - he is a powerful being that acts as the main power-source for the floating continent of Cocoon. Orphan is one of the fal'Cie, supernatural beings created long ago. Orphan, created by the entity called Lindzei, was in a state of unbirth and used by the other Lindzei fal'Cie as a power source as they created Cocoon as part of a plan to sacrifice those they lure to open Etro's Gate to be reunited with the Maker.
  • Orphan is the primary villain in "Sword of the fal'Cie". She is the source of all the power in Cocoon. Eventually, she is killed and reborn as Orphan EG.
  • Orphan to ostateczny boss i główny antagonista Final Fantasy XIII. On był fal'Cie, który stworzył Cocoon i panował nad nim poprzez Sanctum ze swojego miejsca spoczynku.
  • Orphan the Singular also known as Duo Reeve is a lesser known sky pirate and is the youngest and presumably weakest member of the Reunion Triad. Orphan began his life as a meek and quite young man with no control over his immense strength. Being fed his devil fruit as a baby and shortly after abandoned, Orphan was never taught to control his power and forced himself into isolation deep under the planet. In a manner befitting one of the Triad he is the keeper of the earth, a reference to how he sleeps cradled by the earth. He slept until he learned of the vacancy on Skypeias throne and awoke to claim the land for himself, there by starting the second Reunion.
  • Orphan est le principal antagoniste et le boss final de Final Fantasy XIII. C'est lui qui donne son énergie au fal'Cie Eden. thumb|Orphan sous sa vrai forme
  • Orphan is a 2009 horror film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and starring Vera Farmiga, Peter Sarsgaard and Isabelle Fuhrman. The film centers on a couple who, after the death of their unborn child, adopt a child. Orphan was produced by Joel Silver and Susan Downey of Dark Castle Entertainment and Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson Killoran of Appian Way Productions. The film was released theatrically in the United States on July 24, 2009.
  • Image:None|Orphan (Alien) Image:None|Mister Sensitive alias Orphan Image:Orphan Maker 001.jpg|Orphan-Maker
  • An Orphan is an enemy with no family. There are seven monsters that fit this description: * Sand Golem * Mimic * Zombie * Will-o'-the-Wisp * Ghost * Imp * Invisible Orphans are, relatively speaking, as strong as level 1 enemies on the first screen in which they are found, and so are not very tough to defeat. Most of them have special properties, however, which can make them annoying to take down. For more information on the behavior of each monster, click on its name in the list above.
  • Orphan is a 2009 American psychological thriller film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra from a screeplay by David Leslie Johnson. The film is about a couple who adopts a mysterious 9-year-old girl after the death of their unborn child.
  • An orphan is a child permanently bereaved of his or her parents, usually at a young age. Being orphaned is a major theme on Smallville. Orphans often have a fear of abandonment and feelings of alienation. In contrast, the series emphasizes the importance of parenting in the development of a child.
  • Orphan is the remake of the 2009 horror movie, starring
  • The other Cocoon fal'Cie share Orphan's desire to be with their creator and orchestrate an event where Pulse l'Cie can become Ragnarok and destroy Orphan. Their goal is to send Cocoon plummeting to the surface of the lowerworld, Gran Pulse, so Etro's gate would be opened by the passing of countless extinguished lives. Following the defeat of Barthandelus by Lightning and her party of Pulse l'Cie, Menrva dives into the pool to birth Orphan. Assimilating the dying body of Barthandelus into its form as it rises, Orphan thanks the group for giving it life. It overpowers them while demanding Vanille and Fang to complete their Focus.
  • One of the few things on which pianist Kate Coleman (Vera Farmiga) agrees with her apathetic architect husband, John Coleman (Peter Saarsgard), is that a drastic change is needed to save their rocky marriage. With the burden of John's past infidelity, the emotional distance of their rebellious adolescent son, Daniel (Jimmy Bennett), and the helplessness of their deaf younger daughter, Max (Aryana Engineer), Kate's loss of her third baby in childbirth broke her sanity and drowned her in a sea of alcoholism. Tropes that concern Esther (or better said, Leena Klammer). Spoilers dead Ahead!!
  • A big fan of "Genocide" Jack Barton as a child, when his hero opened the BIG CLASH federation, the man called ORPHAN tried his best to join. At 17 Burt Young couldn't legally wrestle, but his enthusiasm was appreciated so Barton put him on the ring crew. For the first year of Burt Young's stint with the company, he'd set up the ring, sell merchandise, and train in it for the hour before the show started. The audience mostly heckled him, but it didn't phase the kid. At 18 his year of unpaid slave labour was rewarded with a try out match against fellow hopeful Don Gomez. It didn't go well. Young was crushed, and packing his bags to go home when fortune knocked. Gary Tooms was arrested for a DUI, leaving tag champions, MechaDemons, without opponents for a TV taping. In a bind, Jack Ba
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  • Also known as: Gaia's orphans, Gaian Orphan, Orphaned Gaians
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  • Orphan.
Creature
  • Humanoid
Latest Appearance
  • SPP RPG: The Darkness Returns
Town
  • Orphan's Cradle/Seraphic Gate
Goals
  • Open Etro's Gate with the sacrifice of thousands and itself.
Starring
Element
  • Light, Darkness
Story
  • Alex Mace
Faction
  • Neutral
Origin
  • Final Fantasy XIII
Skills
  • Powerful magic
  • God-like strength
Age
  • 1000
Editing
  • Timothy Alverson
Weapon
  • Magic
Runtime
  • 7380.0
Status
  • Deceased
  • Living
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Affiliation
  • None
Screenplay
First Appearance
  • Final Fantasy XIII
Introduced
  • 2007-12-20
Country
  • USA
  • United States
Name
  • Orphan
Type
  • Fal'Cie
  • npc
Romaji
  • Ōfan
Caption
  • There's something wrong with Esther.
Abilities
  • Vile Exploitation, Merciless Judgment, Dies Irae, Necrosis, Consummate Light, Consummate Dark, Progenitorial Wrath, Doom
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  • English
Aliases
  • Orphana; Orphan EG
Alias
  • The Abandon One
Hobby
  • Unknown.
Cinematography
  • Jeff Cutter
Music
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  • 150
Class
  • Final Boss/Superboss
Description
  • Small children
Color
  • green denizen
Gross
  • 5.3243687E7
  • 7.83E7
Studio
Japanese
  • オーファン
Home
Distributor
  • Warner Bros.
  • USA/International: Warner Bros. UK/Germany/France: StudioCanal
Occupation
  • Fal'Cie of Lindzei
  • Power source of Cocoon
ID
  • 42385
Release
  • FFXIII
Fullname
  • Orphan
Released
  • 2009-07-24
Gender
  • Female
  • Genderless
Health
  • 42
Race
Budget
  • 2.0E7
Writer
  • Story: Alex Mace Screenplay: David Leslie Johnson
Director
Designer
  • Chikako Nanako
Location
  • Deadmines
  • Westfall
  • Somewhere in Gaia
  • Assumed to be former: Shabby Meadows Orphanage and Adoption Agency
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  • 300
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  • Orphan is an antagonist and the final boss of Final Fantasy XIII. He is a wheel-like fal'Cie and the source of Cocoon's power, who rests within Orphan's Cradle in an area known as Narthex Throne. Residing within a pool in a deep sleep in a state of unbirth, Orphan is the main power source to fal'Cie Eden, enabling it to siphon power from other fal'Cie to keep Cocoon afloat.
  • Orphan è un antagonista, nonchè boss finale di Final Fantasy XIII. Si tratta del fal'Cie che alimenta tutta Cocoon, e risiede in un'area chiamata la culla di Orphan. Sin dal momento della creazione di Cocoon, Orphan è mantenuto immerso in una vasca, in uno stato di non-nascita, e la sua sola esistenza dà energia a Eden e tutti gli altri fal'Cie, che a loro volta permettono a Cocoon di rimanere in aria.
  • Orphans can be found at Saldean's Farm[[:File:|[, ]]] in Westfall, as well as wandering within the non-instanced section of the Deadmines. Like all other children, they cannot be attacked.
  • A big fan of "Genocide" Jack Barton as a child, when his hero opened the BIG CLASH federation, the man called ORPHAN tried his best to join. At 17 Burt Young couldn't legally wrestle, but his enthusiasm was appreciated so Barton put him on the ring crew. For the first year of Burt Young's stint with the company, he'd set up the ring, sell merchandise, and train in it for the hour before the show started. The audience mostly heckled him, but it didn't phase the kid. At 18 his year of unpaid slave labour was rewarded with a try out match against fellow hopeful Don Gomez. It didn't go well. Young was crushed, and packing his bags to go home when fortune knocked. Gary Tooms was arrested for a DUI, leaving tag champions, MechaDemons, without opponents for a TV taping. In a bind, Jack Barton gave Young one more try out match, teaming with "Razor" Rex Porter against the champs. The champions appreciated how much merchandise Young had moved for them, while Porter wanted out of the dog house for his drunk partner, all three worked towards making Young look like a million dollars. With the fans actually popping for the rookie, Jack Barton figured he could sign the kid to a contract for low numbers.
  • Orphan is the final boss of Final Fantasy XIII - he is a powerful being that acts as the main power-source for the floating continent of Cocoon. Orphan is one of the fal'Cie, supernatural beings created long ago. Orphan, created by the entity called Lindzei, was in a state of unbirth and used by the other Lindzei fal'Cie as a power source as they created Cocoon as part of a plan to sacrifice those they lure to open Etro's Gate to be reunited with the Maker.
  • Orphan is the primary villain in "Sword of the fal'Cie". She is the source of all the power in Cocoon. Eventually, she is killed and reborn as Orphan EG.
  • Orphan to ostateczny boss i główny antagonista Final Fantasy XIII. On był fal'Cie, który stworzył Cocoon i panował nad nim poprzez Sanctum ze swojego miejsca spoczynku.
  • Orphan the Singular also known as Duo Reeve is a lesser known sky pirate and is the youngest and presumably weakest member of the Reunion Triad. Orphan began his life as a meek and quite young man with no control over his immense strength. Being fed his devil fruit as a baby and shortly after abandoned, Orphan was never taught to control his power and forced himself into isolation deep under the planet. In a manner befitting one of the Triad he is the keeper of the earth, a reference to how he sleeps cradled by the earth. He slept until he learned of the vacancy on Skypeias throne and awoke to claim the land for himself, there by starting the second Reunion.
  • Orphan est le principal antagoniste et le boss final de Final Fantasy XIII. C'est lui qui donne son énergie au fal'Cie Eden. thumb|Orphan sous sa vrai forme
  • Orphan is a 2009 horror film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and starring Vera Farmiga, Peter Sarsgaard and Isabelle Fuhrman. The film centers on a couple who, after the death of their unborn child, adopt a child. Orphan was produced by Joel Silver and Susan Downey of Dark Castle Entertainment and Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson Killoran of Appian Way Productions. The film was released theatrically in the United States on July 24, 2009.
  • Image:None|Orphan (Alien) Image:None|Mister Sensitive alias Orphan Image:Orphan Maker 001.jpg|Orphan-Maker
  • An Orphan is an enemy with no family. There are seven monsters that fit this description: * Sand Golem * Mimic * Zombie * Will-o'-the-Wisp * Ghost * Imp * Invisible Orphans are, relatively speaking, as strong as level 1 enemies on the first screen in which they are found, and so are not very tough to defeat. Most of them have special properties, however, which can make them annoying to take down. For more information on the behavior of each monster, click on its name in the list above.
  • Orphan is a 2009 American psychological thriller film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra from a screeplay by David Leslie Johnson. The film is about a couple who adopts a mysterious 9-year-old girl after the death of their unborn child.
  • The other Cocoon fal'Cie share Orphan's desire to be with their creator and orchestrate an event where Pulse l'Cie can become Ragnarok and destroy Orphan. Their goal is to send Cocoon plummeting to the surface of the lowerworld, Gran Pulse, so Etro's gate would be opened by the passing of countless extinguished lives. Following the defeat of Barthandelus by Lightning and her party of Pulse l'Cie, Menrva dives into the pool to birth Orphan. Assimilating the dying body of Barthandelus into its form as it rises, Orphan thanks the group for giving it life. It overpowers them while demanding Vanille and Fang to complete their Focus. Orphan tortures Vanille to provoke her transformation into Ragnarok. Pained by the sight of her suffering friend, Fang offers to fulfill Orphan's wish, and Orphan releases Vanille. Lightning and the others try to stop her but turn into Cie'th. Fang transforms into Ragnarok and destroys the barrier protecting Orphan, but is unable to defeat the fal'Cie and reverts to her human form. Disappointed, Orphan tortures Fang and heals her wounds before resuming the torture to force her to become Ragnarok again. Vanille, intending to fight the fal'Cie, refuses Fang's pleas to run. Orphan's shell is destroyed by Lightning and the others who are back in their human forms. Sinking into the pool, Orphan emerges in its true form as it tells the l'Cie that they overreach themselves. Lightning declares they will defeat it and save Cocoon. Following the fight, Orphan sinks back into the pool as the other Cocoon fal'Cie shut down with its death. Cocoon begins to descend, but Fang and Vanille become Ragnarok together and erect a crystal pillar to suspend the floating continent above Gran Pulse.
  • One of the few things on which pianist Kate Coleman (Vera Farmiga) agrees with her apathetic architect husband, John Coleman (Peter Saarsgard), is that a drastic change is needed to save their rocky marriage. With the burden of John's past infidelity, the emotional distance of their rebellious adolescent son, Daniel (Jimmy Bennett), and the helplessness of their deaf younger daughter, Max (Aryana Engineer), Kate's loss of her third baby in childbirth broke her sanity and drowned her in a sea of alcoholism. In an attempt to find an alternative outlet of love meant for their stillborn child, the Colemans take in a mysterious 9-year-old Russian orphan called Esther (Isabelle Fuhrman) into their family. Max, in her innocence, was ecstatic to finally have a big sister; Daniel was less than enthusiastic due to the bullying he receives at school due to her eccentricities. Polite and creative, Esther initially had a sensitivity and charm that began to thaw the frozen hearts of the Coleman couple... and that's when people around them started getting hurt. * Adult Fear: Nonstop. * The Alcoholic / Drowning My Sorrows: Kate, formerly. * Asshole Victim: The bully who gets her ankle broken. * And possibly Danny. * Ditto John. Perhaps not an asshole in the traditional sense, but his insistence on believing Esther's word over his freaking wife and his wilful ignorance of evidence staring him in the face loses him a lot of sympathy. * Black Chick Dies First: Poor Sister Abigail. * Break the Cutie: Poor Max. * Bring My Brown Pants: Danny, when Esther threatens him with a box cutter. * Cassandra Truth: In spades. Kate knows Esther is a psychopath, but has no evidence. * Chekhov's Gun: Several. The revolver, Max's hearing aids, the treehouse key, the second bottle of wine, and, of course, Esther's paintings. * Children Are Innocent: Max, so much that you'll want to hug her from her very first scene. The same cannot be said for anyone else. * Cute Mute: Adorable little Max. * Downer Ending: Sure, Kate kills Esther Leena, but John is most likely dead, who knows what kind of brain damage Danny has from being smothered, and poor little Max... * The alternate ending is ten times worse, if you assume that "Esther" succeeds in fooling the police officers. Not only will she probably be adopted by another unwitting, innocent family, but poor Kate, the woman who stood in Leena's way of romancing John and nearly succeeded in killing her? Yeah, Leena knows where she lives. And considering Kate would have no proof in this situation that she wasn't a mentally slipping alcoholic like everyone around her believes, good luck convincing anyone that that sweet, innocent girl could decide to come murder her and her family. * It's highly unlikely that "Esther" would have fooled the police - she's covered in blood, smiling as happy as clam, despite the dead body and the house having been wrecked, not to mention the police were notified of an intruder. It wouldn't take take a genius for them to figure out the girl was off her rocker, it's more depressing in the fact that you realize this girl has really lost it. * Unless the police assume that the intruder wrecked the house and hurt "Esther". her demeanor could come off to the police as post-traumatic stress. * Esther would be taken by the police to be examined by a doctor as a matter of course. As soon as that happens all of Kate's allegations about Esther would be proven beyond all doubt * Dysfunction Junction: On both the villainous and heroic sides. * Executive Meddling: In the original script, Danny was supposed to die and Esther's backstory was supposed to be better explained, making her more sympathetic and her actions of pretending to be a child to seduce John make more sense. * Extreme Melee Revenge: Esther attempts to seduce John. When he turns her down, she stabs him with a kitchen knife and does not stop until well after he's dead. * Groin Attack: Threatened, but not executed. * HSQ: High. * Idiot Ball: Having sex in a part of the house that's meant to be used by the entire family. As a result, they get caught by Esther. * To be fair, they did assume Esther was in bed at the time. * They still have three kids, not just Esther. Any of them could have woken up. * Improbable Aiming Skills: Subverted when Max picks up the revolver that Kate had dropped earlier and aims it at Esther, but ends up shooting the ice they're standing on instead. * Infant Immortality: Although subverted in an earlier draft of the script in which Esther murders a 7-year-old girl the Colemans had been planning to adopt, and she is found hung in a closet. * Not to mention Danny was also supposed to die in the script. * Jerkass: The boys that Danny hangs out with. But Danny himself is a Jerkass Woobie. * Kick the Dog: Esther cutting the flowers that Kate and John's stillborn child's ashes were scattered over and presenting them to the former in a bouquet. * Esther reading excerpts from Kate's diary (regarding her miscarriage) out loud. * Kick the Son of a Bitch: On Esther's first day of school, a girl named Brenda makes fun of her. Later, Esther comes up behind Brenda and shoves her off the slide, breaking her ankle. * Kids Are Cruel: The girls who bully Esther at school, and Danny and his friends. * Mirror Scare: Both subverted and played straight. The first time Kate goes to the medicine cabinet, she closes the door to find nothing, the second time it's John standing behind her in a fake scare. * Porn Stash: In Danny's treehouse. "Page 43 will change your life." "Hey, that looks like your mom!!" * Precision F-Strike: "I'm not your fucking mommy!" * Doubles as a Shout-Out to The Ring Two. * Primal Scene: But don't worry, Esther understands. * Real Life Writes the Plot: The movie was supposed to take place in the fall, but a record snow fall hitting the filming location during filming changed this to the winter, in turn eliminating a scene in the script at a Halloween carnival at Danny and Esther's school. Some might say the winter atmosphere helped make the movie more creepy. * Replacement Goldfish: A tale of this trope in action, gone horribly, horribly wrong. * Russian Roulette: "Want to play?" * Sickbed Slaying: Danny. He survives, though. * Soundtrack Dissonance: "The Glory of Love" plays over a disturbing, UV paint-splattered credits reel. * This! Is! SPARTA!: "I'm not! Your fucking! MOMMY!!" * Took a Level In Badass: Max at the end. * Too Dumb to Live: Sure, the first few results of Esther's psychopathy could be chalked up to coincidence. But John still refuses to believe Kate after Danny's treehouse mysteriously burns down, putting him in the hospital. When Esther just HAPPENED to be near it at the time. Must've been spontaneous combustion, right? * Kate earns some of this for not thinking to call the cops sooner, especially as she is fairly quick to realize that there is something wrong with Esther. Why on earth would she even let her come to the hospital? * Kate comes off this way a lot, she doesn't handle her paranoia against Esther rationally and comes off whiny and demanding. Possibly justified a little due to her emotional instability. * Vanity Plate: Covered in glow paint to foreshadow Esther's secret layer of her paintings showing her sadistic side. * Your Cheating Heart: Ten years before the film's events, John cheated on Kate, although he didn't tell her until many years later. Tropes that concern Esther (or better said, Leena Klammer). Spoilers dead Ahead!! * Abusive Parents / Parental Incest: Forms part of her backstory, explaining why she is so screwed up, but this wasn't portrayed in the film (it was in the original script). * Adults Dressed as Children * Affably Evil: She really can be quite charming when she chooses to be. * Age-Inappropriate Dress * Ax Crazy: And hammer crazy. * Bitch in Sheep's Clothing * Clingy Jealous Girl: Towards her adoptive father John. * Creepy Child: Subverted, since she's really thirty three years old. She's still way creepy, though. * Dawson Casting: Zig-zagged to all hell. 12-year-old Isabelle Fuhrman plays 33-year-old Leena who poses as 9-year-old Esther. * Drop the Hammer: Uses a claw hammer to murder Sister Abigail. * Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette * Electra Complex * Enfante Terrible: Terrible, anyway. * Every Girl Is Creepier With Hair Decs * The Fake Cutie: Could be the poster girl for this trope. * Fille Fatale: Or so you think, since you know, she's not a child after all. * Girlish Pigtails: Several times. * Good Scars, Evil Scars: The collar and wristbands that Esther always wears are hiding very prominent scars that she got when struggling against being bound in a straitjacket. * Heartwarming Orphan: What the Colemans think she is at first... * Evil Orphan: What she really is. Even after The Reveal, she may still qualify, considering she murdered her own father. * Harmful to Minors: "It takes two to drag a body... Max, come and help your sister..." * Insane Equals Violent: Whoa boy. * Knife Nut * Lzherusskie: Both the actress and the character. * Mad Artist * Manipulative Bitch * Murder the Hypotenuse: All of Esther's actions in this film have in mind the ultimate death of Kate, Danny AND Max so that she can have John all to herself. * If I Can't Have You * Older Than They Look: A 33-year-old dwarf, to be exact. * Precision F-Strike: "I know, they fuck." * Psychopathic Womanchild: An odd yet disturbingly literal example. * Pyromaniac * Really 33 Years Old * Replacement Goldfish: The Coleman family really should have just gotten a puppy. * Room Full of Crazy: Look at all those pretty paintings she made! Wait...oh dear God... * Sensual Slavs: "John, let me take care of you..." * Significant Birth Date: May be unintentional, but according to her records at the mental hospital, she was born on April 20th, thus sharing a birthday with another murderous nutcase. * Stepford Smiler: Type C. * Troubling Unchildlike Behaviour: Casually using the word "fuck" in everyday conversation is the least worrying thing about this young lady. * A graver example: She tries to seduce John. * Vorpal Pillow: Esther does this to Danny. It doesn't manage to kill him, though. * Villainous Breakdown: After failing to seduce John, Esther runs to her room, removes everything she uses to pass herself off as a nine-year-old, while throwing a screaming fit and wrecking the room. * Wham! Line: "The little girl in that picture is not really a little girl. She's a grown woman." * Wise Beyond Their Years: Esther knows far more about sex than a seemingly 9-year-old should ever healthily know. * Woman in Black: During the finale. * Would Hurt a Child * Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Breaks her own arm in a freaking vise and frames her adoptive mother for it. * Yandere, combined with a not entirely healthy dose of Cute and Psycho.
  • An orphan is a child permanently bereaved of his or her parents, usually at a young age. Being orphaned is a major theme on Smallville. Orphans often have a fear of abandonment and feelings of alienation. In contrast, the series emphasizes the importance of parenting in the development of a child.
  • Orphan is the remake of the 2009 horror movie, starring
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