2018-02-14 08:44:28 UTC
The basic plot of S-3 is that three illegals from someplace outside France are swapped into the house of a British couples children. But what is interesting is the observation of the British detective who said "3 migrant kids, they won't even fill out a report, but if 3 blonde British children are dead, it will go worldwide." This makes sense, even if it rubs people thw wrong way. What makes something valuable isn't it's inherent value, it's its rarity. Blonde British children are getting rarer all the time. So the detective is arguing against the logic of rarity equaling value when it comes to people even though people, like any other commodity have assigned values..