I saw Wonder Woman on opening night with my mom and sister, and when Hippolyta sends Diana off on the dock, and tells her that she has been her greatest love, and leaving her is her greatest sorrow… my mom held my hand and gave it a squeeze and honestly??? I was tearing up, because it was such a relatable emotion for us as mother and daughter, at this stage in my life where I’m not a kid anymore. And some movies can’t even manage to pass the Bechdel Test. This is the magic of women making films.
Matt is having a nightmare, a terrible alternate reality where Keith actually committed his sacrifice. It feels so damn real - and devastating. Matt doesn't even realise that's just a vile dream at first, and only Keith's real hands pulling him into a tight embrace can convince him otherwise. Matt quietly sobs on Keith's chest for a while. The cuddling does its comforting magic, however, and Matt finally could drift to sleep, reassured that, in this reality, Keith is alive and not going anywhere